Y&M Regeneration Ltd.
Yvonne Nti has a background in agroforestry and climate change having completed BSc in Natural Resources Management and MSc in Climate Change and Development from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and University of Sussex (United Kingdom) respectively. For the past 10 years she has worked with developmental agencies, Governmental bodies, private companies and NGOs in varying fields (e.g. business management, sustainable forestry, impact evaluation, climate change, clean energy etc.). Yvonne is results-oriented, strategic, entrepreneurial, and has a strong interest in sustainable development and related goals. Her career objective is to take up a leadership role where she can contribute to the formulation and implementation of policies relevant to sustainable development and addressing climate change.
Y & M Regeneration Limited is a sustainable forestry company that aims to contribute to greening the environment whilst yielding the economic and social benefits from tree planting. Established and operated in Ghana, Y&M regenerations operates a renewable and integrated business model to provide forest and agro products on a sustainable basis. Our business differs from ‘business-as-usual’ approach by ensuring our operations protects the environment by ensuring there is no 100% harvest of our plants, but operate a selective harvesting approach so as to promote natural resources regeneration. We also aim to reduce forest degradation in Ghana through afforestation and reforestation approaches to ensure a sustainable supply of forest products that do not harm the environment. To this end, we have established over 489 hectares of timber plantation which is still be expanded to comprise other cash crops like cashew. We also operate a plant nursery to support forest and cash crop plantation establishments. Our operations are mainly in the Ashanti and Brong-Ahafo region. Over the years, we have collaborated with like-minded institutions such as Forestry Commissions, NGOs, Academic institutions etc. to address climate change through tree planting. In the long-term, we aim to ensure forest resources do not deteriorate whilst we exploit natural resources to meet our consumption needs.