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Climate Change Needs A Global Solution – British High Commissioner

By Elizabeth Enanga Mokake* The new British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E. Bharat Joshi, says climate change is the biggest threat the world is likely to face in its lifetime. He was speaking at his residence in Yaounde on Thursday, September 24, while launching a competition on climate change reporting for journalists. Bharat Joshi The Minister of Communication, journalists ...Full Article

Methodist Church Joins Fight Against Climate Change

By George Arrey Agbor The United Methodist Church in Cameroon, UMCC, in collaboration with Global Action for Sustainable Development, GASD, has planted close to 1000 trees in the Den ...Full Article

U.S Ambassador Launches Tree Planting Operation

The U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon, Janet Garvey signed an agreement on August 27 in Kousseri that will provide $98,000 (450,800,000 Fcfa) for reforestation efforts to protect Lake Chad and ...Full Article

Countdown To Climate Change Summit: Environmental Stakeholders Concert On Common Stance

By Daniel Gwarbarah Stakeholders in the domain of the environment in Cameroon September 11 held an enlarged concertation meeting to brainstorm and agree on the stance of the country ...Full Article

Climate Change Takes Centre Stage At Southern African Annual Dialogue

By Hanson Tamfu* [As the world comes closer to the United Nations framework Convention on climate change in Copenhagen next December, the 2009 regional dialogue holding in Maputo- Mozambique ...Full Article

Lebialem To Get Wildlife Sanctuary

By Elvis Tah The Environment and Rural Development Foundation, ERUDEF, an NGO, on Conservation based in Buea, is poised to create a wildlife sanctuary in Lebialem Division, Southwest Region. ...Full Article

GP-DERUDEP Roads, Agric Infrastructure Projects Launched

By Peter Adi Fonte The Grassfield Participatory and Decentralised Rural Development Project, GP – DERUDEP, recently launched roads and agricultural infrastructure projects in Kumbo. Speaking on the occasion, the ...Full Article

Putting Trees At The Heart Of Development

By David Akana in Nairobi* As governments and the international community grapple with the crucial challenges of global warming and hunger, an international research institution known as the World ...Full Article

CEFDHAC Cautions On Ecosystem Preservation

By Edith Wirdze The Conference on Dense and Humid Forest Ecosystems of Central Africa, CEFDHAC, has appealed on governments and development partners to reinforce capacity necessary for the preservation ...Full Article

World Not Close to Climate Change Deal – UNEP Director

By David Akana in Nairobi* Barely a few months to the key UN Summit on climate change due to hold in the Danish Capital – Copenhagen, a top UN ...Full Article
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