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Illegal Forest Exploitation Impedes Development – Expert

By Marceline Chick Forestry experts of the Centre for Environment and Development, CED, have disclosed that illegal forest exploitation in Cameroon impedes development. The experts, joined by a group of independent investigators of illegal forest exploitation, were speaking in Yaounde recently, while presenting the outcome of their findings. According to Jacques Waouo, a forestry expert from CED, they decided ...Full Article

Cameroon’s Informal Wood Production Not Budgeted

By Leocadia Bongben Proceeds from the business of informal wood exploitation, estimated at FCFA 6 billion and almost equivalent to the proceeds from the industrial timber exploitation per year, ...Full Article

Gov’t Installs Control System For Modified, Alien Species

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Government, through the Ministry of Environment and Protection of Nature, MINEP, has installed a monitoring and control system for Living Modified Organisms (LMO) and Invasive ...Full Article

World Leaders To Meet For 3 Tropical Rainforest Basins Summit

By Ernest Sumelong with Bureau Report Some 500 participants, including more than 20 Heads of State and Governments, are expected to meet in Brazzaville, Congo, for a summit of ...Full Article

Rainfall Decline Affecting Agriculture In Congo Basin

By Leocadia Bongben Agriculture in the Congo Basin is being hampered by decrease in rainfall. This is the result of findings by the International Forestry Research Centre’s pilot project ...Full Article

Hunters In Southwest Operating Illegally

By Bouddih Adams The Regional Delegate for Forestry and Wildlife, Grace Mbah, has stated that hunters in the Southwest are operating illegally without permits, since her Delegation has issued ...Full Article

Ngoyla-Mintom: Saving A 943,000-hectare Biodiversity Haven

By Pegue Manga Cameroon’s Government and an international conservation organisation, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have intensified efforts to protect 943,000 hectares of forest in the southeast of ...Full Article

Ngoyla-Mintom: Saving A 943,000-hectare Biodiversity Haven

By Pegue Manga Cameroon’s Government and an international conservation organisation, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have intensified efforts to protect 943,000 hectares of forest in the southeast of ...Full Article

Biodiversity Convention Presses For Equitable Benefits Sharing

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The supplementary protocol of the UN 10th Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biodiversity (COP10) and the 5th Meeting of Parties to the Cartagena ...Full Article

Traditional Rulers Take Measures To Mitigate Climate Change

By Chris Mbunwe Members of the Cameroon Traditional Rulers against Climate Change, CAMTRACC, met in Bambui Fon’s palace, Friday, April 15, and took various measures to reduce global warning. ...Full Article
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