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Publication (Land Use Policy) : "Biofuel feedstock plantations closure and land abandonment in Ghana: New directions for land studies in Sub-Saharan Africa"

« It was found that critical issues emerging after the closure of plantations include how to secure alternative livelihoods for former workers, whether land rights are to be transferred back to the previous owners, how will ecological restoration of the sites take place, and why investors are rebranding closed projects into other new forms of investments. »

Source : Land Use Policy, 30/04/21, Biofuel feedstock plantations closure and land abandonment in Ghana : New directions for land studies in Sub-Saharan Africa

Veille : Vincent Basserie (SalvaTerra) - Support technique : Hub Rural

Crédits: AK-Project