Ghana Eyes Improved Climate Resilience

Geography: Africa
Sector: Climate Adaptation
Environmental: Green Stimulus

Read More: UN Environment

On July 2020, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) reported that Ghana is undertaking a National Adaptation Planning (NAP) process, in which it seeks to improve its resilience to climate change and its impacts over the next 60 years. Its NAP process has been supported by the NAP Global Network since 2018. By developing anticipated climate change scenarios, the country aims to reduce its vulnerability to future climate risks. Ghana’s goal is to use post-COVID-19 investments and stimulus to create a more self-sufficient future. Further details are available in the UNEP press release.