Category Archives: Environment

Nyango, World’s Lone Cross River Gorilla In Captivity Is No More!

The only Cross River Gorilla in captivity in the world that was at the Limbe Wildlife Centre is no more. She died few weeks ago after a protracted illness and was laid to rest on the same day in the wildlife sanctuary amid well-wishers who combed the premises to pay their last homage to the […]

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‘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 […]

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Stop Dumping Waste On Mt. Cameroon – Conservator

Tourists and athletes hiking Mt. Cameroon, or visiting the Park, have been cautioned to quit throwing waste in and around this biodiversity hot spot. The message, in the form of a warning was dished out recently by the Park Conservator, Simon Besong, while on a six day working visit across Tour Organisations around Mt. Cameroon […]

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Discover Mt Cameroon: Most Diverse Ecosystem, World’s 10th Most Conservable Place

Mount Cameroon is undoubtedly the highest mountain in West and Central Africa, and one of the rarest ecosystems in the world. It starts from a zero metre altitude at sea level with unique unbroken vegetation gradient from evergreen lowland rainforest through sub montane and montane forest to alpine grassland near its summit at about 4100 m above […]

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SOS: Mile 18-Buea Water Catchment Cries For Help

The mile 18 water catchment in Buea, which has over the years been  the ‘Oasis’ of the people of the Wonia Mavio, Bomaka and Molyko communities in Buea ,  especially during the dry season when water supply is epileptic, has been bitten  so painfully that it is crying out for help! The eastern flank of […]

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