Story | 02 Jun, 2023
A new era for non-timber forest products in the Mbalmayo landscape
Story | 26 Ene, 2023
IUCN-Newmont collaboration releases the Akyem mine site Summary Report as part of the bilateral agreement focused on meeting positive results for biodiversity conservation
Story | 22 Dic, 2022
In November, all along the busy maze of pavilion buildings in Sharm el Sheik, an estimated 45,000 people snaked along corridors hoping to inform crucial discussions surrounding climate policy at the United Nations Framework Climate Change Convention’s 27th Conference of Parties (UNFCCC COP 27)....
Story | 02 Dic, 2022
Stemming the unintended consequences of palm oil production in Lake Ossa Wildlife Reserve, Cameroon
Story | 23 Jun, 2021
A lot of trees. IUCN and supporting organisations including the Diplomatic Corps, joined Ghanaians all over the country to plant trees on Green Ghana Day (11th June, 2021). A fun day. An important mission.
Story | 18 Ene, 2021
Forest and farm producer organisations in Ghana gather to expand their restoration leadership capacity through learning to apply the restoration opportunities assessment methodology as a tool for sustainable business.
Story | 05 Mar, 2020
Ghana lost about 60% of its forest cover in just over 50 years, and at the current deforestation rate of approximately 2% per year (135,000 ha/year), the situation is expected to get worse. The government has taken measures to address this, now it’s...