As one of the biggest land sector agencies, the Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands took a momentous step in supporting the nationwide Green Ghana Day initiative. In alignment with H.E President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s vision for a greener future, the Office actively participated in the event, reinforcing its commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable land management.

Collaborative effort for Greener Ghana 

Led by the Administrator of Stool Lands, Staff joined forces with other land sector agencies to contribute to the national tree planting exercise. This participation emphasizes its committment to best ecological practices and the preservation of Ghana’s natural resources for a sustained heritage.

President’s call to the people of Ghana

During his speech at Burma Camp, President Akufo-Addo highlighted the critical role of forests in combating climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss. He emphasized that, maintaining forests is essential for carbon sequestration, biodiversity conservation and pollution control.

The President’s call for every Ghanaian to participate in the Green Ghana initiative resonated well with the leadership of the Office, who mobilized their Staff to plant trees and support the worthy cause.

The Office’s commitment to sustainable Environment

The Office has consistently supported and advocated for sustainable land management practices and its involvement in Green Ghana Day is a solid proof of its commitment. By participating in the planting of trees, the Office does not only support the national target of 10 million trees for 2024 but also promotes the broader goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing biodiversity.

Support and Leadership

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor, praised President Akufo-Addo’s unwavering support for the Green Ghana initiative and highlighted the significant contributions of various agencies, including the Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands.

The Office remains committed to supporting the Green Ghana Project and other environmental initiatives. The active involvement of the Office in the exercise is part of its wider approach to planting and nurturing trees to maturity. The Office aims at contributing significantly to the national and global efforts to combat climate change and protect biodiversity.