Mr. Samuel A. Jinapor flanked by Administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, Mr. Michael S. Regan and US Ambassador to Ghana Virginia Evelyn Palmer

Ghana’s Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Mr. Samuel A. Jinapor, has hosted the Administrator of the United States (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Mr. Michael S. Regan with the US Ambassador to Ghana, Virginia Evelyn Palmer, at the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources to discuss forest and climate-related matters.

The meeting focused on Ghana and the United States’ leadership in the Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership (FCLP) and Ghana’s “Resilient Ghana” Country Package, which aims to protect and increase forest resources.

Mr. Regan praised Ghana for its climate action leadership and expressed a commitment to ongoing collaboration to achieve a 1.5-degree Celsius world.

Officials of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources and their US counterparts

The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s government led by Lawyer Samuel A. Jinapor, is dedicated to managing Ghana’s natural resources sustainably for the benefit of the Ghanaian people and to supporting global efforts to combat climate change.