Greener chocolate part two: Helping Ghana's cocoa farmers adapt to climate change

Michael Holder
Ajai-Emmanuel Osa, a cocoa farmer in Ghana (Mondelez International / Kwabena Amankwaa Agyeman)

Ajai-Emmanuel Osa, a cocoa farmer in Ghana (Mondelez International / Kwabena Amankwaa Agyeman)

Snacks giant Mondelēz International has been investing in Ghana's cocoa farming communities to improve environmental standards, but what benefits are farmers seeing on the ground?

"Last year we had a drought, and then in February there was some bush burning and fires," explains Nicholas Addo, a cocoa farmer in the rural Ghanaian village of Bososo whose family's livelihood - like...

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