Tuesday, November 13, 2018
You are here: Home » Environment Bookmark This Page


Cameroon’s Declining Agriculture May Trigger Unrest

By Divine Ntaryike Jr Agriculture is the bedrock of Cameroon’s economy, with the potential to feed most of the population. The country is endowed with fertile soils and abundant rainfall that could help it meet domestic demands for food as well as feed its neighbours. But, over the years, food production has declined progressively, obliging the country to heavily ...Full Article

MINEP SG Reiterates Huge Biodiversity Benefits

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Secretary General at the Ministry of Environment and Protection of Nature, MINEP, Patrick Akwa Kum Bong, has reiterated that biological diversity resources are a ...Full Article

LCDF Connecting Entrepreneurs To Market Place

By Azore Opio Each time someone buys a trade fair or an exhibition product, they are helping to change the world of commerce for the better. This is the ...Full Article

CSOs Working To Modify Forestry Law

By Sixtus Mbom Cameroon Environmental Watch, CEW, the National Committee of the UICN, and the Cercle Concertation de la Societe Civil Partenaire de MINFOF  et du MINEP, recently organised ...Full Article

Gov’t Compensates Companies For Respecting Environmental Norms

By Sixtus Mbom, Dorothee Elouna* & Wuinnie Rosene Tsol* Some enterprises that have excelled in environmental protection were given trophies and cash prizes, during a ceremony to mark the ...Full Article

90 Percent Of Northwest Forest Raped

By Chris Mbunwe Northwest Governor, Abakar Ahamat, has condemned the wanton destruction of forests and ecosystems in the Region, by the population. Speaking recently at the Bamenda Commercial Avenue ...Full Article

Stakeholders Hone Skills On Wildlife Law Application

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Over 50 participants drawn from Cameroon’s judiciary, forces of law and order and the Forestry and Wildlife Ministry, have been trained in application of wildlife ...Full Article

Grassfield Project Rounds Off In Deficit

By CHRIS  MBUNWE The Grassfield Participatory and Decentralised Rural Development Project, GP-DERUDEP, jointly sponsored by the African Development Bank, ADB, and the Cameroon Government, with a colossal FCFA 15 ...Full Article

Experts Recommend Non-Stop Education For Toxic Waste Management

By Walter Wilson Nana Scholars in toxicological sciences from 13 countries are unanimous that a potential solution to curb toxic waste in African continent is all about non-stop education ...Full Article

Limbe River Conservation Launched

By Francis Tim Mbom LUKMEF, a Limbe-based NGO in collaboration with the City Council, has begun sensitising the Limbe population against unhealthy practices along the city’s river course. During ...Full Article
Page 17 of 32« First...10...1516171819...30...Last »