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Is Green Ghana Day enough to save the environment? (+ Video)

June 7th, 2024

by Ewura Adwoa Larbi

June 7 is Green Ghana Day, an initiative that takes place annually, two days after World Environment Day.

Commonwealth Correspondent Ewura Adwoa Larbi believes that given the current Climate Crisis, planting trees is one of the best time capsules for progeny.

She is however concerned because in Ghana, in the face of an unprecedented spike in illegal mining activities,  the lands and waters are being destroyed.

She wonders if Green Ghana Day alone is enough to salvage our environment.

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Ewura Adwoa Larbi

Ewura is an early career scientist from Ghana who loves to write about all things youth and development. She loves nature too!

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by Ewura Adwoa Larbi

June 7 is Green Ghana Day, an initiative that takes place annually, two days after World Environment Day.

Commonwealth Correspondent Ewura Adwoa Larbi believes that given the current Climate Crisis, planting trees is one of the best time capsules for progeny.

She is however concerned because in Ghana, in the face of an unprecedented spike in illegal mining activities,  the lands and waters are being destroyed.

She wonders if Green Ghana Day alone is enough to salvage our environment.