land conflicts final weann un
2015828&ensp·&enspfig. 2 conflicting rights to land within a national park 13 areas 20 tab. 3 causes of land conflicts 27 box 15 alternative dispute resolution for solving land conflicts in ghana 65
(pdf) mining as a factor of social conflict in ghana
mining as a factor of social conflict in ghana. the root causes of these conflicts which have almost become persistent are largely traceable to the introduction of secular political authority
environmental impacts of mining in zambia. towards
201484&ensp·&enspthrough the meetingpoints mining project the geological survey of sweden has been fa cilitating partnerships and networks in the mineral sector in several subsaharan african coun tries since 2010. within the project a prestudy has been made on the environmental impacts of mining in zambia.
conflict management in communitybased natural
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experiences from ghana on mining and its impact on
201851&ensp·&enspexperiences from ghana on mining and its impact on human rights the causes of the violations of human rights appear systemic in nature. based on the most serious complaints of abuses came from communities within the operational areas of long history of mining
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chapter 9 local communities and mines
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major problems facing ghana today africa and the
2019111&ensp·&enspmajor problems facing ghana today the republic of ghana or "ghana" for short is a west african country loed along the gulf of guinea (the northeasternmost part of the tropical atlantic ocean) between the republics of ivory coast and togo. about 55% of ghana's population lives in urban areas in major cities and towns such as accra the
conflict and collaboration in natural resource management
2013125&ensp·&enspconflicts over natural resources can take place at a variety of levels from within the to local regional societal and global scales. further more conflict may cut across these levels through multiple points of contact. conflicts occurring mainly in local contexts may extend tonational and global levels because of their special legal
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201759&ensp·&enspstamp out galamsey due to its negative effects (within mining concessions) and pervasive spillover effects often resulting from expansion of mining activities into reserved forests
conflict and natural resource management
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conflict or cooperation? social capital as a power
strategy in timber operations in ghana's offreserve forest areas. ecology and society 23(3):44. https abstract. conflicts over forests and trees threaten the sustainability of the resource base. the nature and causes of such conflicts what is seen as desirable or unacceptable behavior within a group (lyon 2000 pretty and ward 2001
land and conflict landlinks
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what is mining? mongabay
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(doc) effects of conflicts on local development in ghana
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environmental impacts of mining: a study of mining
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why environmental transformation causes violence: a
201177&ensp·&ensp(e.g. northern ghana). most environmental conflicts are carried out between actors within a country (see: fig. 1 a and appendix). in some cases internal conflicts become internationalized (see: fig. 1 b). most of those that do spread across borders involve migrants or refugees coming from wartorn or marginal rural areas of a neighboring
resourcerelated conflict in africa – acleddata – crisis
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conflict in mining areas in ghana nedervechtkavels
resolving water conflicts in mining areas of ghana through conflict in mining areas in ghanaabstract mining as a sector is vital to a country's economic growth but the impact of the activities on environment can be an important cause of concern in wassa west district of ghana mining as an industry has been promoted in the recent
natural resources conflict and conflict resolution
2013220&ensp·&enspwithin the next 50 years—water stress (when the demand for good quality water exceeds the supply) will become even more of a problem in the future.6 water scarcity causes and sustains conflict in many parts of the globe violent conflict over water resources has broken out in
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