Who We Are

The Institute for Nature and Environmental Conservation (INEC) recognizes that human beings depend on nature for food, clean water, medicine, and well-being.  The growing demand humans put on nature is causing a fast depletion of these natural resources. This has been termed as extinction crisis. The current crisis makes the future of the human race uncertain. INEC believes that global problem is best understood from the local context. Thus, localized pragmatic actions, if well coordinated and targeted, results in global impacts for nature and people. INEC work is built on three cardinal pillars (the 3C’s of INEC). Conservation, Collaboration, and Communities.

About Institute for Nature and Environmental Conservation

We believe that global problem is best understood from the local context

Our Three (3) C’s

INEC’s work is built on three cardinal pillars (the 3C’s of INEC)

Our Team

The people behind Institute for Nature and Environmental Conservation

Mr. David Kwarteng
Mr. David Kwarteng
Founding Director
Mr. Kwadwo Boampong
Mr. Kwadwo Boampong
Deputy Director
Mr. Antwi Seidu Issah
Mr. Antwi Seidu Issah
Director of Research
Miss Pricilla Ankomah-Hackman
Miss Pricilla Ankomah-Hackman
Programs Manager
Mr. Henry Ofori
Mr. Henry Ofori
Project Officer
Miss Phedelia Afoakwa
Miss Phedelia Afoakwa
Community Development Officer
Mr. Thomas Yeboah
Mr. Thomas Yeboah
Research Fellow

Our Objectives

  1. Conduct cutting edge research in the areas of biodiversity conservation, food security, climate change and natural resources management.
  2. Drive key policy formulation and enhancement in the areas of biodiversity conservation, food security, climate change, natural resources management and sustainable development.
  3. Provide expert training and capacity building for key stakeholders in the areas of biodiversity conservation, food security, climate change, and natural resources management.