Category Archives: Community

Biodiversity Extinction Crisis In Cameroon

From 1980 when the 1st Forestry policy was enacted, through 1994 and 1996 respectively, when the Forestry and Environment Policies were legislated, to the most recent movement to rewrite a new and more dynamic forest policy, there has been a consistent effort by the government of Cameroon to improve on the management of forestry and […]

Read more ...

MINEPDED SW Staff Enlightened on ABS Process in Cameroon Divisional Delegates, Regional Chief of Services and other staff of the Southwest Regional Delegation of the Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) have been schooled on the Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) Initiative and their role in its implementation. Shancho Ndimuh These […]

Read more ...

‘Dumping Waste On Wetlands, Cause of Natural Disasters In Cameroon’

The Chief of Service in charge of Sustainable Development at the South West Regional Delegation of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) Mm Ekane Mary, says incessant heaping of refuse on wetlands is the major cause of natural disasters in Cameroon especially in urban areas. Speaking on the heels of the 10th edition […]

Read more ...

Press Release: ERuDeF Officially Launches New Branch In UK

The President and Chief Executive of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), Louis Nkembi, wishes to inform all his partners, friends of ERuDeF, sympathisers, members and staff of  the Organisation of the official launching of ERuDeF-UK. The grandeur occasion took place on March 18, 2017 in Newcastle, United Kingdom at the University of Newcastle. […]

Read more ...

Sweet-Bitter Taste Of Water

It is quite rare to find a city, town, or village that is not already feeling the spank of water scarcity. This age-old problem is snowballing into what might become a disaster in the near future and has transformed many people into water mongers. A keen observer will notice that at all times of the […]

Read more ...