Ambassador Sullivan declares America’s dedication to safeguard international environment

Mrs Stephanie S. Sullivan, US Ambassador to Ghana, planting a commemorative tree

Mrs Stephanie S. Sullivan, United States Ambassador to Ghana, planting a celebratory tree

The picked tree is frequently described as the “tree of life” or “wood of life,” due to its standard medical usage as a solution for arthritis and coughs.

Ambassador Sullivan likewise released a tree farm at the Embassy for native and non native types to add to our cumulative efforts to reforest Ghana with abundant and varied trees that supply crucial items and facilities, consisting of quality practice at for wildlife, biodiversity of plant and animal neighborhoods that form an important part of the environment, and leisure chances.

During the occasion, Ambassador Sullivan valued the effort of His Excellency President Nana Akufo-Addo, in addition to the interest of Minister for Lands andNatural Resources Hon Samuel Abu Jinapor, for highlighting the vital requirement to bring back Ghana’s forest cover and to lower the quantity of co2 emissions in the environment.

The U.S. Embassy eagerly anticipates dealing with Ghanaiansto assistance policies and programs that bring back and save forests andwater bodies, stop unlawful logging, mining (galamsey, fishing (Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated [IUU] fishing and plastic contamination

Ambassador Sullivan declares America's dedication to safeguard international environment