Protect Sensitive Ecological Areas-Save Atewa

Watch this short video to understand how bauxite is mined and the case of Awaso; a typical bauxite mining community in Ghana, where bauxite has been mined for 78 years now. The wild claims that the low grade bauxite in Atewa Forest Reserve can be mined sustainably without destroying water (for 5 million people) and biodiversity is seriously questionable and untrue. We are urging the government of Ghana to take Atewa forest out its bauxite mining plans because it provides water to over 5 million people. #SaveAtewa4Water #SDG6

The Problem with the Inclusion of Atewa Mountain in the Ghana-Chinese Deal 22nd January 2019
Atewa Forest Exhibition 2019 16th January 2019
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