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Mainstreaming Site-Scale Ecosystem Values into Local Decision-Making in Ghana

Mainstreaming Site-Scale Ecosystem Values into Local Decision-Making in Ghana

Ecosystem Type

Biological Hotspot

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Project Period

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Project Funder

To increase the level of understanding of threatened species (marine mammals and sea turtles) and how they will be potentially impacted by developments.

  • Assess ecosystem values of Cape Three Points Forest Reserve and Tano-Offin Forest Reserve in Ghana through the use of the Toolkit for Ecosystem Site Ecosystem Services Assessment (TESSA).
  • Make a case for mainstreaming biodiversity into District Assembly planning and private sector  business practices for these two sites and Atewa Range Forest Reserve, all priority KBAs.

Project Publications and Other Resources

Final Project Report

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