Category Archives: Editorial

Editorial: Celebrating Wetlands In Dryness

          Cameroon last February 2, 2018 joined the international community in commemorating the 21st edition of the World Wetland Day celebrated under the theme: wetlands for sustainable urban future. As part of activities to mark this day, Cameroon Minister of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, Hele Pierre, visited some […]

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What Rural Communities Must Know About Climate Change

“When you change the climate, you change everything.” I have heard this assertion many times, as well as read it many times. Whether read or heard, it expresses the important role climate plays in the environmental system of our planet, to the extent that minor changes in climate have major and complex effects. Climate is […]

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Women In Biodiversity Conservation; Blessings or Bruises?

Women once again were at the centre of attraction as Cameroon joined countries the world over to commemorate the 33rd edition of the International Women’s Day under the theme press for progress. In all ten Regions of Cameroon, women came out in their number celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Though […]

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Lebialem Division: Epitome of Underdevelopment

  Lebialem Division is undoubtedly one of the victims crying out loud to the Government of Cameroon over chronic abandonment of the Division from development projects. Known for its biodiversity riches, Lebialem Division hosts the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary and Proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary with great wildlife species and ecotourism potentials. It is also known […]

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Bonakanda in Dire Need Of Potable Water As Dry Season Approaches

Bonakanda is one of the largest villages in Buea Sub-division with a population of circa 3000. Rainwater serves as their primary source of potable water. As the rainy season gradually gives way, the people of this village are becoming more and more distraught with the gradual disappearance of their ultimate source of portable water. Shancho […]

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