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Central Africa Gets Newest World Heritage Site

By Pegue Manga Fidelis CameroonPostline.com — UNESCO, July 1, named a Central African protected area that straddles three countries and teems with gorillas, elephants, and chimpanzees, a World Heritage Site. The United Nations World Heritage Committee made the announcement on July 1 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The TNS provide habitat for thousands of forest elephants Called the Sangha Tri-National ...Full Article

REDD+: Seeking Social, Environmental Safeguards For Local People

By Pegue Manga Fidelis CameroonPostline.com — Indigenous peoples and local communities living within forest areas exude understandable worries about the new mechanism aimed at reducing emissions from deforestation and ...Full Article

Three Beauties At Rescue Of Cameroonian Elephants

By Divine Ntaryike Jr CameroonPostline.com — In just eight weeks leading up to March this year, heavily-armed horse-riding poachers presumably from Sudan nearly wiped out the elephant population at ...Full Article

Bamenda III Council Recruits Students To Plant Trees

By Chris Mbunwe CameroonPostline.com — Over 50 students drawn from Bamenda III Subdivision have been offered holiday jobs of planting trees for the month of July. In a release ...Full Article

The Herakles Farms Debate: Environment or Development?

By Dr. Constantine Chienku, MD* CameroonPostline.com — In opposing the establishment of the Herakles Farms oil palm plantation in the South West Region of Cameroon, the World Wildlife Fund ...Full Article

Farmers, NGOs Warned Against Land Misuse

By Chris Mbunwe CameroonPostline — Land users in the Northwest have been warned that the Region is facing desertification due to poor agricultural land practices. Speaking on June 17 ...Full Article

Environmentalist Wins National Geographic Award

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai CameroonPostline — The Regional Director of the World Agro-forestry Centre, ICRAF, for West and Central Africa, Dr. Zacharie Tchoundjeu, has won the 2012 National Geographic/Buffett ...Full Article

To Rio and Beyond: Africa Seeks Sustainable Solutions

Paving the path to “the future we want” By Masimba Tafirenyika CameroonPostline.com — It is rare for a head of government to be greeted with applause at the very ...Full Article

Bui, Donga, Momo, Stubborn Promoters Of Eucalyptus

By Chris Mbunwe CameroonPostline.com — Three Divisions of the Northwest Region; Bui, Donga Mantung and Momo, have been singled out for stubbornly growing eucalyptus trees at the expense of ...Full Article

Kids Plant Trees On World Environment Day

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai CameroonPostline.com — Some children of the Little Angels of the Environment Cameroon, abbreviated LANEC, recently planted some 300 ornamental trees at the premises of St. ...Full Article
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