We are a non-profit research, advocacy and community-centred organization established in Ghana in 2012. We are involved in coastal marine research, documentation and investigation of human activities that are detrimental to the coastal and marine environment while providing alternative solutions towards the management of these resources.

Seafront Environmental uses in-depth scientific field-based research to inform our advocacy projects.  We are dedicated to investigating and documenting illegal activities along our coast and use tools such as dialogue, documentaries and community education to achieve our goals.

We carry out our projects in collaboration with a varied group of partners including scientists, government agencies, NGO’s, private companies and international funding organizations.

Our Mission

The core mission of Seafront Environmental is to support sustainable utilization of Ghana’s coastal and marine resources to enhance development. Seafront Environmental aims to work closely with local communities, community-based organizations, the scientific community, government organizations, policy makers, other NGOs, media organizations, etc.

Our Mission is summed up in our motto:

Identify, Understand, Sustain.

Our Objectives

Our objectives are to:

  • Advocate for sensible, science-based and a coordinated policy that will protect the coastline and key marine species of Ghana.
  • Ensure that proactive steps and sound environmental decisions are taken at both the national and local levels to enable coastal communities to better adapt to climate change impacts.
  • Advocate for the enforcement of coastal environmental laws and regulations
  • Be at the forefront of marine species and habitat protection in Ghana.

Our Vision

The core mission of Seafront Environmental is to support sustainable utilization of Ghana’s coastal and marine resources to enhance development. Seafront Environmental aims to work closely with local communities, community-based organizations, the scientific community, government organizations, policy makers, other NGOs, media organizations, etc.