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Earth Day Celebration: Our Forests in Harmony with our Cities

Earth Day Celebration: Our Forests in Harmony with our Cities

Earth Day Commemoration: Our Forests in Harmony with our Cities

Venue:  Bunso Cocoa College, Bunso, Eastern Region

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Atiwa Forest Reserve

Atiwa Range of Forest Reserves, in South Eastern Ghana, is the closest rainforest to the capital city, Accra.

It is one of the largest surviving rainforests in West Africa and one of the most important for wildlife:  the jewel in the crown of Ghana’s reserves.

This lush, tropical montane forest, with clear running ...

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Please save Atewa for Ghana and for the World. It has many more values than bauxite and gold. It is an infinite source of clean water and air, a refuge for an extremely high biodiversity and could also become a recreational hub for Ghanaian people, who want to take a walk in the cool upland forest, listen to the calling birds or insects. Save Atewa for itself because it was given to us to be protected, not to be destroyed. Ghana! Save Atewa

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Photo credits:
Piotr Naskrecki , Szabolcs Sáfián, Florian Möllers Images CI RAP 47
A ROCHA GHANA
Dr. Caleb Ofori
All other sources acknowledged and appreciated