Conservation of Atewa Forest in Ghana

Conservation of Atewa Forest in Ghana

Presentation by Jeremy Lindsell to:

  •  8 October 2015: 60 delegates on a West Africa regional workshop for the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ghana; 
  •  9 October 2016: 40 masters students at St Josephs College, Bangalore; and 
  • 18 November 2016: c 12 representatives of private sector industry organised by IUCN Ghana who operate in the Atewa catchment.

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Directing tropical forest management from the sky

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