Ghanaian Coastal Communities to Restore Lost Mangroves

The United Nations says Ghana has one of the highest losses of rainforest in the world, with its forests today covering only one-fifth of what they did a century ago. As part of the government’s Green Ghana project, coastal communities aim to plant 200,000 mangrove trees and shrubs to help with carbon capture, erosion and flooding. Senanu Tord reports from Sawoma, Ghana.

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