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A global coalition of environmental and social justice advocates and Civil Society Organisations have released an assessment of the Chocolate Industry’s policies in addressing social and environmental concerns in their
EcoCare Ghana has supported cocoa farmers in about 10 communities on the Wassa Dikoto Stool Land to petition key stakeholders in the Wassa Amenfi East Municipal Assembly to stop the
Thousands of smallholder cocoa farmers in the Wassa Amenfi East Municipality of the Western Region of Ghana say they risk losing their farms in the coming weeks, as their landlord
‘Sweet Nothings’ report shows cocoa still driving destruction of protected areas, chimpanzee and elephant habitat loss four years after industry pledge More than four years after the high-profile launch of
Cocoa Farmer Groups and Cooperatives in Ghana have called on the government and the international community to take into account the Ghanaian cultural context in their definition of Child Labour.
In a major development, the European Commission has proposed a new law to halt deforestation and minimise the EU’s impact on forests worldwide. The proposed law will require companies that
The United Nation’s 26th Climate Conference (COP26) – “our best last chance on climate” – is over. We were promised increased ambition, more cash for those most affected by climate change,
Government’s National Cocoa Rehabilitation Programme risks total collapse following an admission by some supervisors and cocoa farmers that the Programme is crumpling and needs to be rescued immediately. The youth
Farmers in the transition landscape of Ghana have called on the government and private sector to support them to ensure food security. The transition landscape often referred to as the
Scientists are observing changes in the Earth’s climate in every region and across the whole climate system, according to the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report, released today.