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Forestry Commission decries rate of deforestation

Ghana Forestry Commission Mr James Ware, Upper East Regional Director of Forestry Commission, on Wednesday decried the alarming rate of deforestation in the area. He therefore called on communities close to forest reserves not to misuse the vegetative cover as that would adversely affect the environment. Mr Ware said trees are for life and therefore continuous felling of trees builds up risks of food insecurity, environmental degradation and facilitates climate change. He noted the efforts most environmental and civil society organisations put into growing trees and said survival rate of trees planted ends up poorly because of acts » Read More

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