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ERuDef Volunteers Tracking Apes In Lebialem Highlands

By Azore Opio The Environment and Rural Development Foundation, ERuDeF, recently dispatched eight volunteers to the Lebialem Highlands where mammals, birds and plants come together under pressure exerted by humans, as they convert forest areas into farmland and carry out uncontrolled hunting of endangered species. The volunteers, who came variously from Europe, USA and Canada, shall ...Full Article

Cameroon’s Coastal Management Plan Validated

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Marine and Coastal Management National Action Plan of Cameroon has been validated. The plan was validated at a workshop jointly organized ...Full Article

Environment And Nature Experts Examine GP-DERUDEP Projects

By Chris Mbunwe Divisional Delegates of Environment and Protection of Nature spent a close to a week in Belo Subdivision, Boyo Division, recently to examine the ...Full Article

Diehli Initiative, ERuDeF To Track Endangered Cross River Gorilla

By Azore Opio Diehli Initiative, a new project of Czech nature scientists, has struck a partnership with Cameroonian NGO, ERuDeF (Environment and Rural Development Foundation) to ...Full Article

Tradi-practitioners Cautioned Against Wanton Medicinal Wildlife Exploitation

By Chris Mbunwe Due to increasing pressure on and scarcity of medicinal plants in the Northwest, the ministries of Public Health and Forestry and Wildlife recently ...Full Article

Communities Face Impending Danger From Lake Nyos

By Edith Wirdze Many communities and families may be wiped out by flood water which is expected to pour out as a result of the possible ...Full Article

Forest Governance Has Registered Positive Strides – Ngolle Ngolle

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, has stated that the country’s forestry governance programme has made positive strides ...Full Article

ERuDeF Launches Biodiversity Community Trust

By Azore Opio The Environment and Rural Development Foundation, ERuDeF, and its partners Monday, November 1, at the Cameroon Cultural Centre, Buea, Southwest Region, launched the ...Full Article

Prunus Africana Needs Urgent Attention – MINFOF Scribe

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Secretary General in the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife, MINFOF, Denis Koulagna, has stated that the situation of Prunus Africana, a ...Full Article

Improved Stoves To Protect Biodiversity On Mt. Cameroon

By Azore Opio A fortnight ago, a team from Pro Climate International head-loaded 10 charcoal stoves to the savannah belt of Mt. Cameroon, in the Southwest ...Full Article
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