The Tema Community 7 cluster of school park was the center of attraction on Saturday August 10th 2019 as the Green Republic Project, the Church of Pentecost Community 7 Assembly and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly teamed up to plant 500 trees as part of efforts to help green Tema under the Tema Restoration agenda which seeks among other things to plant 1million trees in the metropolis to help combat climate change and global warming....Read More
The Green Republic Project has planted 500 Cassia trees in Tamale as part of its effort to help green Ghana and also combat climate change and global warming. Speaking at the event, The Convener of the Green Republic Project, Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa charged residents ....Read More
As a way to mark the 150th Birth Anniversary of globally celebrated non-violent activist Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian Community in Ghana led by H.E Mr. Birender Singh Yadav, the Indian High Commissioner to Ghana n partnership with the Green Republic Project (TGRP) on 05 June, 2019 undertook a tree planting drive in the Greater Accra Region. ....Read More
Celebrated every year on June 5, World Environment Day is the United Nations’ biggest annual event for positive environmental action to encourage worldwide awareness of the need to protect the planet. ....Read More
National Youth leaders of the five major political parties in Ghana have united with one voice to combat climate change in the country. They are doing this by committing to The Green Republic Project (TGRP), the biggest reforestation initiative in the history of Ghana. ....Read More
The 1st Annual Climate Benefit Dinner has been successfully held in Accra the capital of Ghana in Africa under the theme "Climate Change Must Fall". ....Read More
Convener of The Green Republic Project was named the Climate Activist of the Year 2018 at the Maiden Northern Excellence Awards held on the 6th of March 2019 in the Northern Regional Capital of Tamale....Read More
The Convener and Team Lead of The Green Republic Project has called on global leaders to consider the climate crisis as the most defining challenge of our time and a war that must be won through the reconciliation of humanity and nature...Read More
Locally, the Youth Icons Ghana has launched the Green Republic Project (GRP), an initiative with a goal to plant roughly 20 million trees across Ghana by 2028. The project aims to solve issues surrounding other environmental issues as well, including galamsey and carbon dioxide emissions...
The Yong Dakpam Yili community in the Tamale South Constituency of the northern region, has witnessed the planting of about 3500 trees as part of the Green Republic Project's goal of planting 20million trees by 2028.
Speaking to participants at the event which took place to commemorate Ghana's 58th Republic Day, the Convener and Team Lead of the Green Republic Project Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa emphasized his outfits committment to the goals of the project, rallying for support from the general public...
As part of efforts to restore the country’s forest cover, Green Republic, in collaboration with Youth Icon Ghana, has launched a campaign to plant 20 million trees in the country over a 10-year period. In line with this, about 10,000 trees are expected to be planted in Tamale, the Northern regional capital. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that a total of 7 million people die daily from respiratory related diseases as a result of air pollution. Ghana’s forest cover is depleting rapidly just like that of Togo and Nigeria...
The Forestry Commission of Ghana and Humano Energy have been commended for their swift response to the call for support for the Green Republic Project aimed at planting 20 million trees by the year 2028.
Speaking to the media a week after the launch of the project in Tamale, the Convener, Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa said he was excited about the commitment of the Commission and Humano Energy to support a good initiative that seeks to fight against climate change and global warming...