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Combating unacceptable forest practices in Ghana

Document type: report
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Note: This policy brief presents the manifestations, effects and suggestions for dealing with unacceptable forest practices (UFP) in Ghana. It suggests possible roles for stakeholders in combating UFP. The document is a reflection of the views of key forestry stakeholders consulted during its preparation. It targets state institutions responsible for forestry issues in Ghana such as the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, the Forestry Commission of Ghana, Parliamentary Select Committee for Lands and Natural Resources. Other forest stakeholder groups such as civil society may find the policy brief instructive for action.
Country: Ghana
Category: General
Editor: Owusu, B. , Nketiah, K.S. , Aggrey, J.
Keywords: corruption , environment , forestry
Language: eng
Organization: Tropenbos International
PAGE: iv, 16
Place: [Kumasi]
Publisher: TBI Ghana
Year: 2011
Region: West Africa
Right: © 2011 TBI Ghana
Subject: Environment and Natural Resources
Title: Combating unacceptable forest practices in Ghana