CSC – Ghana is 5 today!

CSC - Ghana 5th year anniversary
Today, Saturday May 1, 2021, marks the 5th year of the establishment of CSC – Ghana. A journey full of challenges in striving to protect natural resources and the future of humans and the planet. 
In 2016 we started out as a students’ group from the Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources, advocating for environmental friendliness. Over the 5 year stretch, we have made some significant gains for protecting some threatened species and habitats in Ghana, and have contributed to various discussions on these species. 
CSC – Ghana is proud to say that for these few 5 years, we have actively helped to ensure continued existence of pangolins, forest tortoises, amphibians, bats, birds, molluscs and several plant species. We have also made substantial gains towards upholding the health of forest and savanna ecosystems and the restoration of and habitats destroyed by small-scale mining. We have also continued to build the capacities of Ghana’s future resource managers through our CSC – Ghana Workshop Series and volunteer opportunities.
We can only move upward and forward, and will continually create waves of positive change in all areas of natural resource management.
CSC – Ghana; Celebrating 5 years of successful work for biodiversity conservation, for humans and for the planet!  


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Workshop on Molluscan Diversity and Conservation

CSC – Ghana, in collaboration with the Threatened Species Conservation Alliance (THRESCOAL) presents a one-day Practical Workshop on Molluscan Diversity and Conservation in Ghana. 


Molluscs (Snails) are a very sensitive group of organisms and are important for a variety of ecological, economic and social processes. Habitat loss, agrochemicals and land use change remain the biggest threats to Snails.


The Workshop will bring together a cross-section of ecologists, researchers, conservation biologists, stakeholders and students to enhance the knowledge and conservation of Molluscs and their habitats in Ghana, with particular emphasis on the Atewa Range Forest Reserve.



Date: 16th November, 2019

Time: 9:00am GMT

Venue: Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana



Visit the link below to apply now! There are limited slots available. Applications close on Thursday, 14th November, 2019. 


We Are 3 Today!

CSC @ 3

Today marks 3 years of CSC – Ghana’a establishment. We began on May 1, 2016 as an advocacy group in the Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources, KNUST as “Capacity For Change, Ghana“, a name which was changed to “Capacity For Sustainable Change – Ghana” in 2018.

We started by looking at waste disposal on KNUST campus and surrounding communities, interviewing students and residents of these communities. 

In our 3 years, we have been able to reach out to more than 250 residents, in working to protect biological diversity, human livelihoods and environmental integrity.

We have also built the capacities of future resource managers, ecologists and conservationists through our CSC – Ghana Workshop Series

We will continually create waves of positive change, wherever we find ourselves, and we encourage others to do so.

Working for biological diversity, for humans and for the planet!



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