The Climate Change Department (CCD)of Forestry Commission with funding support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)has organised a capacity building for selected staff of the Commission. The purpose of this training was to educate stakeholders on the Architecture for REDD+ Transactions / The REDD+ Environmental Excellence Standard (ART/TREES) which
Members of the Nantong-Zoo Community in the Tamale Forest District of the Northern Region, have appealed to the Forestry Commission to flush out Fulani nomadic herdsmen from forest reserves in the area. They lamented that the activities of Fulani herdsmen are the main cause of bushfires in the forest reserves.
As part of activities earmarked for the 2024 Anti–Bushfire Campaign, the Corporate Affairs & Media Relations Unit (CAMRU) has organized a sensitization and awareness creation program at Damongo in the Savannah Region. This was done in collaboration with the Forest Services Division (FSD) and with support from the Climate Change
The Corporate Affairs & Media Relations Unit (CAMRU) in collaboration with the Climate Change Directorate (CCD) and Forest Services Division (FSD), have embarked on a sensitisation and awareness creation programme on bushfires.The event took place in the Tamale Forest District of the Northern Region as part of a series of
The Ghana Shea Landscape Emission Reduction Project (GSLERP) , hosted by the Climate Change Department of Forestry Commission, has donated logistics to the Forest Services and Wildlife Divisions of the Forestry Commission.The GSLERP is a component of the Ghana REDD+ Project that has been developed to address deforestation and degradation
Under the Ghana Shea Landscape Emissions Reduction Project (GSLERP), an event has been held at the 69 Airborne Military Camp, Tamale, to outdoor the first 1,000 grafted shea seedlings, the first of its kind in the history of Forestry Commission (FC), to be planted on GSLERP sites.This was done under
The beneficiaries of the Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ Programme (GCFRP) have received payments for the role they played in reducing tons of carbon emissions in the country.The GFCRP was launched by the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo on 4th October, 2019. The GCFRP has the aim
In line with the objectives of the Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ Programme (GCFRP), the Climate Change Directorate of the Forestry Commission in collaboration with Proforest and the World Cocoa Foundation held a national consultative workshop te review the Asunafo- Asutifi Hotspot Intervention Area (HIA) management/ investment plan. The management/ investment