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Ten people with sustainable green business ideas have been selected under the Mobilizing More for Climate (MoMo4c) programme for further development. This was after a business call was opened to invite green business ideas/proposals that take into consideration innovative climate actions which seek to address some identified Key Landscape Challenges (KLC). The call for green business ideas/proposals focused on the following;
Tropenbos Ghana participated in the Netherlands Embassy’s maiden Orange Cocoa Day, an exhibition organized in partnership with Dutch companies and organizations in Ghana’s cocoa sector. The event took place at the residence of the Dutch Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Mr. Jeroen Verheul.
23 November 2021, Kumasi, Ghana – Of all the wood produced every year in sub-Saharan Africa, 90 percent is used as fuel, posing a major sustainability challenge. Woodfuel, primarily firewood and charcoal, is the main source of energy for cooking for two-thirds of households and is a critical element in maintaining food security. Millions of households depend on woodfuel production to make a living, but heavy reliance on it makes for social, economic, environmental and health concerns. With such complex issues, a broader approach is needed.
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