This paper examines agriculture-climate change policy discussions in Ghana in the context of, on the one hand, increasing international interest and activity around climate change and agriculture, and on the other, concerns over whether climate policy and funding priorities are aligned to domestic development priorities. The paper poses the following questions: What are the contested areas and dividing lines in policy discussions and practices around climate change, which actors are supporting different viewpoints, and what traction do they have in the types of interventions that are being promoted?
Sarpong, D.B.; Anyidoho, N.A. FAC Working Paper 45. Climate Change and Agricultural Policy Processes in Ghana. Future Agricultures Consortium, Brighton, UK (2012) 21 pp.