With rapid loss of vegetation which arises from different competing uses of land, it has become necessary to have alternative lands which can support the continuous availability of vegetation. In Ghana, most schools have vast lands which are being degraded by soil erosion.
Agriculture is critical to Africa and specifically, Ghana’s growth and development, but climate change could destabilize local markets, curb economic growth, and heighten risk for agricultural investors.
Climate change is expected to make agricultural development in Africa more challenging. Weather patterns are becoming less favorable in many instances, increasing the volatility of crop and livestock yields.
Alliance for Environmental Intervention, (AfEI) joins the VSO ICS Ghana Alumni team to occasionally embark on the SDG drive in some second cycle and basic schools in the country to sensitise the students or pupils on the Sustainable Development Goals.
The 2017 World Day for Environment, a UN international observation which under the theme "Connect with nature", saw the team of Alliance for Environmental Intervention also part-taking in it.