Source: Afrik 21, Jan 2023
The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) is paying Ghana $4.8 million for reducing carbon emissions by 972,000 metric tons over the period June to December 2019. The West African country is the second African country after Mozambique to benefit from a World Bank trust fund for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, commonly known as REDD+.
GHANA: Accra receives $4.8 million to reduce CO2 emissions through REDD+ | Afrik 21
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