Emmanuel Lartey is a Masters student at the University of Ghana reading MPhil in Public Administration and currently on a TRECCAFRICA Mobility Program at the School of Public Leadership, Stellenbosch University. He had his Bachelors Degree in Public Administration from the University of Ghana Business School and also served as Research, Teaching and Graduate Assistant at the Department of Public Administration, University of Ghana Business School.
Co-managing forest resources in Ghana: the realities, prospects and challenges. It focuses on the extent to which forest resources are jointly managed by government agencies, local communities, civil society organisations and the private sector towards realising sustainability in forestry. The study assesses the twist and turns in this relationship as well as measures to address the key challenges confronted in the collaborative management process.
Fields of Interest
environmental governance, informality, urban metabolism, public administration