Ghana and the US: Are their approaches to fracking similar?

Follow me and some of the participants as we head to ghana  to compare and contrast fracking policies there and in the US here:


The Emerging Leaders’ Extraction and Environment Program (E-LEEP) will be hosted by University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana in July, 2011 as part of a joint arrangement between the University of Ghana and Duquesne University, and is funded by a grant from the U.S. State Department. Its overarching purpose is to train emerging young leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors in strategies for handling the complex societal, economic and environmental challenges which arise from the extraction of natural resources

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