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Cameroon, Ghana Lag Behind In Forest Transparency

By Leocadia Bongben Cameroon and Ghana are amongst some of the countries whose forest sectors management are not yet transparent, a 2010 annual report indicates. Samuel Nguiffor, Executive Secretary of the Centre Pour l’Environnementet le Development, CED, presented the report to the press on September 27. Participants during the workshop The report, which is part of the project on ...Full Article

Journalists Told Climate Change Is A Process

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Some 15 journalists have learnt that climate change is not an event but a process revolving around variations in temperature, precipitation and sea level. This ...Full Article

Researchers Investigate Cause Of

By Rosette Kanjo* Researchers are carrying out investigations to uncover the cause of the blight that has affected the staple cocoyam, commonly called “Igbo Coco”. Southwest Delegate of Agriculture ...Full Article


By Nformi Sonde Kinsai CameroonPostline — A National Adaptation Plan on Climate Change for Cameroon with French acronym PNACC is being elaborated. The process was launched at the Yaounde ...Full Article

Journalists Trained On Forestry, Wildlife Governance

By Sixtus Mbom The Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife, MINFOP, has trained over 20 journalists and some communication professionals on wildlife and forestry governance. The three-day seminar which was ...Full Article

Campaign Launched To Plant 560,000 Trees In Cameroon

By sixtus Mbom Forestry and Wildlife Minister, Elvis Ngolle Ngolle launched in Yaounde on July 3, a reforestation campaign to plant 560,000 trees in Cameroon. About 250 trees were ...Full Article

Exploitation Of Prunus Africana Re-launched In Oku

By Willibroad B. Nformi The exploitation of the Prunus Africana back in the Oku Community Forest in Bui Division, Northwest Region, has virtually been re-launched. However, the Bui Senior ...Full Article

UN SG Recommends Agroforestry For Degraded Lands

By Chris Mbunwe The United Nations Secretary General, Ban-ki-Moon, has said the management, conservation and sustainable development of dry forests are central to combating desertification. This is contained in ...Full Article

Action Plan To Conserve Cameroon-Nigeria Chimpanzee Launched

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Forestry and Wildlife Minister, Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, has launched the regional action plan for the conservation of the Cameroon-Nigeria chimpanzee. Prof. Ngolle Ngolle launched ...Full Article

MINEP To Plant 1.5 Million Trees To Combat Desertification

By Franca Sulem & *Dorothée Elouna The Ministry of Environment and Protection of Nature, MINEP, has unveiled a plan to plant more 1.5 million trees in a bid to ...Full Article
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