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Copenhagen Accord Is Suicidal For Africa – Lumumba Di Aping

By David Akana in Copenhagen As some world leaders praise last week’s climate change deal reached in the Danish Capital of Copenhagen, a leading negotiator for developing countries and prominent voice in the climate change talks for Africa has voiced his disappointment with the outcome. In very strong and uncompromising terms, Lumumba Di Aping said that the ‘deal’ is ...Full Article

Great Polluters Urged To Compensate African Countries

By Yerima Kini Nsom  As deliberations come to a head at the Climate Change summit that began in Copenhagen, Denmark, on December 7, the world’s greatest polluters have been ...Full Article

UN Climate Talks: African Bloc Furious With Denmark For Undermining Its Demands

By David Akana in Copenhagen The African delegation at the ongoing United Nations climate change negotiations in Copenhagen, have reacted with rage over a secret document drafted by host ...Full Article

Uncertain Outcome Complicates Africa’s Development Agenda

By David Akana in Copenhagen Scientific findings about the impact of climate change on Africa is gloomy and if anything gives room to be worried about the development future ...Full Article

Copenhagen Summit Opens With Little Prospects Of Deal

By David Akana in Copenhagen After months of fractious, shaky and endless rounds of negotiations between parties to the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change, civil society organisations, ...Full Article

Civil Society Want Equitable Climate Change Treaty

By Leocadia Bongben As the climate change summit opens in Copenhagen today, civil society organisations under the banner of the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance, PACJA, are demanding for ...Full Article

Southeast Cameroon: A white-collar Poachers’ Haven

By Pegue Manga One of the biggest drivers of poaching in Southeast Cameroon is the involvement of influential people including local and traditional authorities, elite and businesspeople from within ...Full Article

Traditional Rulers Join Climate Change Fight

By Chris Mbunwe Some traditional rulers from the Northwest, Southwest and West Regions of Cameroon met in Bamenda Friday, November 13 at the Franco Cameroonian Alliance Bamenda and launched ...Full Article

Forestry Ministers Pledge To Speak As One In Copenhagen

By George Arrey Agbor*   Forestry Ministers of the Central African sub-region have pledged to speak with one voice at the upcoming climate change summit billed for Copenhagen in ...Full Article

CIFOR Informs Stakeholders On Role Of Forest

By Leocadia Bongben The Centre for International Forest Research, CIFOR, has taken advantage of Forest Day to inform stake holders of the role the forest of the region will ...Full Article
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