Category Archives: Forestry

Help Link Endangered Wildlife Species Via Proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary

The immediate effects of indiscriminate hunting, illegal logging, conversion of forest into farmland, and fragmentation due to conflict over forest ownership are devastating. The initial destruction of forest cover deprives animals and birds of food and shelter. Away from the immediate impact, the lives of the animals and birds are further endangered as they are […]

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Climate Change:

Community Radio Journalists Drilled To Raise Greater Awareness Community radio journalists were September 21-25, 2015, at the Franco Hotel in Yaounde, drilled on techniques to raise greater awareness on climate change. The conference was organized by the African Climate Change Policy Centre (ACPC) in partnership with Developing Radio Partners (DRP). By Mkong Immaculate During the […]

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ERuDeF Institute Launches Online Studies

ERuDeF Institute Launches Online Studies The ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-profit Studies (ERuDeF Institute) is putting in place a platform that will enable students carry out online studies with the institute during the 2015/2016 academic year. By Ndimuh Bertrand Shancho The construction of this online studies platform is to give busy professionals and students […]

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SWECSON Unveils 3-Year Action Plan

The President of the Southwest Civil Society Organization (SWECSON), Louis Nkembi, has unveiled a 13-point plan of action which his team will undertake during their three-year mandate. Principal amongst these are increasing the visibility and profile of SWECSON (nationally and internationally), revising entry criteria into SWECSON, re-building the trust and confidence of member organizations, reforming […]

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Cameroon Takes Blind Leap At Genetically Modified Organisms

Throughout its modern history, Africa, and Cameroon, of course, has been the end-users if not the Guinea pig for scientific discoveries, inventions and technological innovations; all sold from overseas laboratories and the industrial, social and economic dustbins of Europe and America. By Azore Opio Rather than address key food security issues as well as ownership […]

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