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 Jan, 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…
Story | 05 Sep, 2019
Lions and their landscapes are a major part of Africa’s lifeblood indicator. Facing a catastrophic decline in lion population and habitat, a fresh report is the first to look in detail at the wider ecosystem services lions and…
Story | 03 Sep, 2018
At first glance, they seem identical – Two neighbouring communities, Murugu and Kaden, bordering Mole National Park in Ghana. Both are surrounded by savannah with scattered trees in farmed and fallow lands, where women collect shea nuts. It is the shea nuts, which…