Category Archives: Climate Change

Kumba Cautioned Against Unsustainable Activities At Lake Barombi

The population of Kumba, Meme Division of Southwest Cameroon, have been reprimanded to shun activities that contribute to the depletion of Lake Barombi. Southwest Regional Delegates of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, Tourism and Leisure and Arts and Culture made the call, Monday May 22, 2017, while celebrating the 25th world biodiversity day. […]

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Kimbi Fungom National Park, Prospective Category 1 Protected Area

After evolving from Fungom Native Authority Forest Reserve in 1932 and Kimbi River Game Reserve in 1964, this biodiversity hotspot, which was last February 2015 christened the        Kimbi-Fungom National Park is en route to becoming a Category 1 protected area. By B. Shancho Ndimuh Created as category 2 protected area with a surface of 95,380, […]

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Eco-Lodges Erected To Boost Tourism In Mt. Cameroon

The Mount Cameroon National Park (MCNP) has embarked on the construction of some modern eco-lodges up at the mountain. A modern leisure house christened ‘’Caravanie’’, two park arcs and over twelve modern eco-lodges comprising a general eco-lodge for all category of visitors and some VIP suites, are the main structures under construction. Other facilities accompanying […]

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After Paris Climate Change Agreement Ratification, What Next?

Cameroon’s parliament voted a bill recently authorising the Head of State to promulgate into law the Paris COP21 agreement on Climate Change. By Yanick Fonki According to the agreement adopted at the end of the Climate Change Conference in Paris, Developed and Developing countries committed themselves to limiting global temperature increase below 20C while urging […]

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Parliament Votes for Paris Climate Change Agreement Ratification in Cameroon

Parliament has voted a bill authorising the Head of State to issue a decree on the ratification of the Paris agreement on climate change adopted at the end of the COP 21 in Paris-France. By Yanick Fonki Ndeley This bill was voted last June 2016 during the second Legislative session of both the lower and […]

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