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Mainstreaming Site-Scale Ecosystem Values into Local Decision-Making in Ghana
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Assess ecosystem values of Cape Three Points Forest Reserve and Tano-Offin Forest Reserve in Ghana through the use of the Toolkit for Ecosystem Site Ecosystem Services Assessment (TESSA). Make a case for mainstreaming biodiversity into District Assembly planning and private sector business practices for these two sites and Atewa Range Forest Reserve, all priority Key Biodiversity Areas.

Strategic Direction: 2 Mainstream biodiversity conservation into public policy and private sector practice in the nine conservation corridors, at local, sub-national and national levels