Deforestation in Ghana: Explaining the Chronic Failure of Forest Preservation Policies in a Developing Country
Deforestation in Ghana: Explaining the Chronic Failure of Forest Preservation Policies in a Developing Country
Deforestation in Ghana: Explaining the Chronic Failure of Forest Preservation Policies in a Developing Country
Brand: University Press of America

Deforestation in Ghana: Explaining the Chronic Failure of Forest Preservation Policies in a Developing Country

  • Publish Date: 2005-09-07
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: Michael S. Asante

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Deforestation in Ghana is a research-based analytical study that explains the disconnect between the declared deforestation policy intentions and their outcomes in Ghana. Intended as a case study of the renewable resources policy process in developing economies, this book provides complete information and clarification about the phenomenon of continued deforestation in Ghana in spite of the long history of policies and actions to control it. Author Michael Asante's detailed in-depth analysis of historical, political, economic, and cultural factors and events fully explain the unending destruction of the forests in Ghana. He provides experts, students, and all others with rational, practical answers and recommendations for this lingering problem.


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