Category Archives: Editorial

When Man’s Will Wheels Against Nature’s

Each time man’s will wheels against God’s will, God has most if not all of the time treated man with mercy and compassion. In the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve wheeled their wills against God’s. They ate of the forbidden fruits and God casted them out of the garden/His presence slamming various sanctions but […]

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Green Vision @ 3: Re-strategising to Salvage Cameroon’s Depleting Natural Resources

The Green Vision Newspaper (GV) is 3! It was launched in June 2013 to bridge the Green Journalism gap in Cameroon by using research tools and international models to provide timely news on the environment and how it affects our economy and human development. The paper focuses on key themes including but not limited to […]

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Illegal Trade In Wildlife; The Fight Goes On!

Countries the world over , June 5, 2016 celebrated the 44th edition of the World Environment Day, a day instituted in 1972 by the United Nations General Assembly to raise global awareness on the need to take positive environmental actions to protect nature and the planet earth. The principal objective of this year’s World Environment […]

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Improving Biodiversity Conservation Through Human Livelihood

The subject of environmental conservation continues to grow in interest and relevancy not for only scientists and researchers, but also for the common man. Almost every day, as the climate change worsens amid rising populations and dwindling resources, the need to conserve the environment increases. Previously, conventional conservation focused only on landscapes, and wildlife and […]

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Giving All To Keep Them Alive!

As 2015 came to an end and we entered 2016, it is time for us to reflect on the best conservation interventions of the past year! Rediscover all the best efforts of the past year; from the unleashed power of our team from the Threatened Trees of Mt. Cameroon Area; their relentless forays into the […]

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