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The Role Of Ngo In Mining In The Forest Reserves In Ghana

5the coalition of ngos against mining atewa says the ghana integrated aluminium development corporation has been misinforming the media and the public on the reality of bauxite in the atewa.

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Press statement of coalition of ngos against mining

1. atewa is one of ghanas two upland evergreen forest reserves which, assumes a great role on the landscape as repository of biodiversity, forests, wildlife and water resources of local, regional and international appeal. atewa supports an exceptional number of plant species not found elsewhere in ghana.

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Ghana giadec shortlists 14 coys for integrated

7he noted that even though mining in the atewa forest had been a cause of concern for some civil society organisations csos and non-governmental organisations, the mini.

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Giadec should stop misinforming the media and the

5the coalition of ngos against mining atewa says the ghana integrated aluminium development corporation has been misinforming the media and the public on the reality of bauxite in the atewa forest.

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Civil society and ghanas flegt voluntary partnership ...

0ghana has approximately 2.6 million hectares of forest reserves dedicated to production, about 500,000 hectares of unreserved forests, as well as an additional 2 million hectares of crop land that also produce timber. revenue from timber exports in 2008, 187 million, makes the forest sector the fourth largest contributor to the gdp.

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Government develops national plan to tackle illegal

The video composed by 10 musicians as ambassadors, including bice osei tuffour obour, president of musicians union of ghana highlighted the need to preserve the water bodies in atewa forest for national park and avoid illegal mining. the campaign ambassadors include sherifa gunu, mzvee, kojo rana, nero x, heleen, and kuami eugene.

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The world bank

Deforestation rates in ghana are one of the highest in the world. according to a study published by the wood products trade group, an international tropical timber organization in japan, ghanas deforestation rate is 2.19 percent of forest per year. of all 65 countries surveyed, ghana had the third highest rate of deforestation. it has be.

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Pestel analysis of ghana

Although ghana is not as poor as other african countries but the illiteracy and poverty rates are still very high which makes it difficult to realize the potential of this region. osei-kwabena, 2011 environmental. wwf has made alignment with an ngo at ghana in order to preserve the forests and forest life, advice on land use planning.

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Community management of natural resources in africa ...

4community management of natural resources in africa impacts, experiences and future directions in many parts of africa, local communities have depended o.

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The economics

1contents disclaimer 2 foreword 6 executive summary 10 list of acronyms and abbreviations 16 1 introduction 17 1.1 general background 17 1.2 research objective 18 1.3 research scope 18 1.4 project organization 21 1.5 report outline 23 2 assessment of the atewa range ecosystem 24 2.1 state of the atewa range 24 2.2 trends in land cover .

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Cepf investment in the guinean forests of west

8ghana wildlife society seeks to contribute to biodiversity conservation in ghana through improved public policy. this project will provide site specific information of the value of forest ecosystem services to the government with special focus on those that support the livelihoods of fore.

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Students urged to raise awareness of tree ...

2the ngo supplied over 2,050 trees to the epa to undertake the planting exercise. the tree planting exercise will continue throughout june and early july in order to take advantage of the rainy ...

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Vision 2050 forestry project report july 2015

0the world bank has recently stated that ghanas forest cover almost halved since 2000, with just 4.6 million hectares remaining by 2011 and an annual deforestation rate of 2 135,000 hectares a year. only 1.6 million hectares currently remains in actual forest reserves. the main reasons for this decline have been outlined .

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Earning a social license to operate perspectives of ...

2.2. the social licence practices within the ghanaian mining context. in ghana, mining companies pursue community development strategies as a means to achieve a social license to operate. this is in many ways consistent with the literature that suggests social investment or csr as an approach to winning over communities mmsd, 2002 pegg, 2006.

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Translate flowery speeches into real action to fight ...

2the government must ensure that all our forest reserves and protected areas are given maximum protection, and that all incidences of both legal and illegal mining and logging are halted immediately. of critical importance is the need for government to take urgent steps to protect atewa from bauxite mining.

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Gola rainforest national park

The gola forest is the largest remaining area of upper guinea tropical forest in sierra leone. it shows a high variety of different forest habitats in different stages pristine to disturbed, and various succession stages and is home to many species, many of them being endemic to the upper guinean forests, and even to smaller areas in the region.

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Dr. jesse sey ayivor

Challenges of managing forest reserves case study of atewa range forest reserve, ghana. nature and faune economic and social significance of forests for african sustainable development. fao, 25 2 56-63. gordon c., jallow, a, lawson, e., ayivor, j.s and mensah, m. 2010. food security and natural resources management overview on climate ...

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Culture of ghana

Great britain and ghana documents of ghana history, 1964. nugent, paul. living in the past urban, rural, and ethnic themes in the 1992 and 1996 elections in ghana. journal of modern african studies 37 2 287319, 1999. nukunya, g. a. tradition and change among the anlo ewe, 1969.

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The congo rainforest

The data includes tropical forest cover ranging from tropical dry forests to tropical rainforests. the congo rainforest is known for its high levels of biodiversity, including more than 600 tree species and 10,000 animal species. some of its most famous residents include forest elephants, gorillas, chimpanzees, okapi, leopards, hippos, and lions.

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Natural resource governance institute

3the transition from fossil fuel-powered vehicles to electric ones will require hundreds of millions of batteries. the need for such massive production raises questions about the sustainability of the battery supply chain, from mining impacts to carbon emissions. a new report explores t.

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Forests and the environment

3increasing finance for forest conservation and protection is a priority particularly at a time when natural systems are coming under demographic, economic and climatic pressure. although the pace of deforestation has slowed in some regions, the world still loses about 14.5 million hectares of forests each year.

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Earning a social license to operate perspectives of ...

The influential works of thomson and boutilier 2011a provide some theoretical insight into understanding the concept of a social license formation. they theorized that a company and its operations may enjoy legitimacy, credibility or trust from a community which will in turn, lead to different levels of a social license to operate being granted.

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Conflict resources from curse to blessing

The ngo global witness has specifically highlighted the case of angola, where some government officials, according to estimates by the international monetary fund imf, siphoned off 4 bn in oil ...

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List of accredited organizations

5major groups and stakeholders can get directly involved with unep by applying for accreditation to the united nations environment assembly unea of unep, which grants them observer status to unea. for more details on accreditation please see get accredited below. accredited organizations to un environment note this table was last updated on 25th february 20.

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The social and environmental consequences of coal

2the concentration of capital in gold mining gave the south african economy its basic structure organized around six dominant groupings of capital which extend into manufacture, banking and retail, but have at their basis a historic investment in mining. coal mining played a supportive role as provider of energy to the growing go.

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Wildlife guide

2 america is privileged with a stunning array of animals, plants, and wild destinationseach with its own incredible story. get to know the amazing wildlife in your backyard and beyond. native across our western landscapes, bighorns have helped define the story of the american west. adaptable yet ...

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