What We Do
Forest and Biodiversity Research
Half of the world’s forests have disappeared. Yet forests provide livelihoods for many local communities and indigenous peoples.
Climate Justice and Sustainable Energy
Climate change and the global energy crisis threaten the lives and livelihoods of billions of people worldwide. This affects wildlife too.
Participatory Forest Management
Increasing command and control measures and mechanisms have failed to stop forest degradation and unsustainable wildlife exploitation.
Environmentally Friendly Livelihood
Most forest destruction and depletion of wildlife resources have been attributed to poverty in developing countries.
Sustainable Agriculture and Agroforestry
Small-scale farming via local markets still feeds the majority of the world today.
We Protect Nature
Ecological Nest has promoted environmental awareness and education in forest communities in the past 5 years. It supports awareness raising, ecotourism and livelihood alternatives of people in resource-dependent communities. Our work has been focused around forest areas of Ghana concentrating in the communities in the High Forest Zone of Ghana.