Reporting on the Impacts of Response Measures: a case study on Ghana
May 5 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
This webinar is part of the project “Reporting on the Impacts of Response Measures – a case study on Ghana”, jointly organised by ERCST and the Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana.
ERCST and the EPA in Ghana have been working together on identifying, measuring and analysing the impacts of the implementation of response measures in Ghana. To foster capacity building and stakeholder participation, virtual workshops are being organized at each stage of the development of the case study.
The two previous workshops focused on introducing the project, identifying the most important sectors to the Ghanaian economy, as well as analysing which of these sectors are potentially vulnerable to international response measures.
This workshop will start with the presentation of the research on the relevant response measures for the 12 identified vulnerable sectors to the Ghanaian economy. A presentation of the sustainability issues and reactions to ERCST’s presentation from the cocoa and oil sectors in Ghana will follow, as well as from two important trading partner countries to Ghana. Lastly, ERCST will moderate a roundtable discussion with the attendees.
This meeting is under Chatham House Rules
Participation to this event is by invitation only. If you wish to participate, please contact Marina at email@example.com
Draft agenda will follow soon