Rising Tides, Rising Hopes: Mangrove Restoration in Ghana’s Anlo Wetlands

Last updated: 1st April 2024

Upcoming webinar: Hear the compelling story of a coastal community's mission to restore 10,000 hectares of mangrove forest in Ghana's Anlo Wetlands and bring blue carbon income to its residents.

In Ghana’s Keta Lagoon, economic and environmental challenges have devastated mangrove forests, impacting local communities through seawater intrusion, plastic pollution, and coastal flooding. However, the ReDAW project, in collaboration with Seawater Solutions and Terraformation, offers hope. Join our webinar to discover how these communities are restoring mangroves, preserving biodiversity, and fostering economic empowerment for future generations.

This webinar will highlight

 

1. ReDAW’s unique restoration approach

Delve into the strategies that are revolutionizing mangrove conservation efforts in Ghana’s coastal ecosystems.  

2. How Terraformation supports ReDAW

Learn about how Terraformation is amplifying the impact of the ReDAW project through financial resources, tree nurseries and trainings. 

3. ReDAW’s transformative progress

See the promising project milestones that are ahead, including insights into the carbon sequestration trajectory that can be unlocked with additional funding.

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