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FCFA 1.8 billion For Cameroon To Fight Climate Change

By Colette Endale* — The World Bank will grant Cameroon FCFA 1.8 billion for the next three years to enable the country put in place structures and legal framework for pilot REDD+ projects.   REDD+ stands for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, including conservation, sustainable management of forest and enhancement of forest carbon ...Full Article

Trees Cameroon Restores Degraded Forests With 2 Million Trees

By Azore Opio — Trees Cameroon has planted a record two million trees to restore the environmental and social value to areas in the ...Full Article

Mining Companies Reminded Of Social, Environmental Responsibilities

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai — Mining companies in Cameroon have been reminded of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) vis-à-vis local communities where they are doing ...Full Article

Man and Nature Affirms 3-Year Partnership With ERuDeF

By Azore Opio — The Environment and Rural Development Foundation, ERuDeF’s French partner, Man and Nature, has confirmed a three-year funding partnership with the ...Full Article

Bee Farmers Drilled In New Skills

By Francis Tim Mbom — Bee farmers within the Bakossi Landscape area are now fully equipped with the knowledge of producing better quality honey and ...Full Article

Environment Ministry Short Of Staff

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai — The Secretary General in the Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, MINEPDED, Patrick Akwa Kum Bong, has ...Full Article

Minister Says Biodiversity Is Bedrock Of Development

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai — The Minister of the Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development, MINEPDED, Pierre Hele, has said biological and genetic resources constitute ...Full Article

Amidst Unkept Promises: Cameroon

By Ernest Sumelong with field report — After the tragic slaughter of hundreds of elephants by foreign poachers in early 2012 in the beginning ...Full Article

International Wildlife Trafficking

By Ambassador Robert P. Jackson — Ruthless, merciless international criminals are violently robbing African citizens of one of their greatest and most precious resources. ...Full Article

Using Indigenous Knowledge To Combat Climate Change

By Walter Wilson Nana — Researchers from the National Centre for Education, NCE, have noted that the fight against Climate Change is not a ...Full Article
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