WATCH: Establishing a Food Forest the Permaculture Way [2008]

Dear Reader, this is the second of a set of reviews on some freely available materials pertaining to permaculture. These reviews will be informative resources not only to TI-G’s ecological project near the Aburi hills in Accra, but to any party interested in learning about permaculture. This second review is […]


WATCH: Greening the Desert – Geoff Lawton (2009)

Dear Reader, this is the first of a set of reviews on freely available materials pertaining to permaculture. These reviews will be informative resources not only to TI-G’s ecological project near the Aburi hills but to any party interested in learning about permaculture. This first review is about Geoff Lawton’s […]


Bamboo Bikes from Ghana Make Global Impact

Innovators in Ghana have taken to producing environment and economic-friendly bikes made out of native bamboo.  Addressing the problems of climate change, poverty, rural-urban migration and high unemployment amongst the youth in rural Ghana, the initiative has created employment opportunities and sustainable livelihood job skills for the youth.  These bikes […]


A Great Green Wall at the edge of the desert

Environment & Energy Affairs A Great Green Wall at the edge of the desert 23 October 2014 | by Silvia Curbelo Betancort Adaptation Africa Drought EU Great Green Wall Mitigation Sustainability   Desertification and land degradation affect millions of people in the Sahel and the Sahara, home to the world’s […]