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Mak-Betchou, Gov’t Estate Not ERuDeF’s Reserve – Louis Nkembi

“No private individual or organisation has the right to own any reserve in Cameroon except planted forests. Mak-Betchou, like all other protected areas in Cameroon, once created will be owned by the state. Its creation is totally led and managed by MINFOF with technical and logistical support from the ERuDeF. So, Mak-Betchou is Government’s estate […]

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If Cameroon Must Succeed In Restoring 12M Hectares by 2030

The Cameroon Government, last February 2017, joined the Bonn Challenge, a global effort launched in 2011 to restore 150 million hectares of degraded and deforested land by 2020 and 350 million hectares by 2030. After a series of consultations with some international organizations, the Government through her technical Ministers; the  Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, […]

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Bamenda-Mamfe-Ekok Road Depleting Biodiversity in Southwest

There is an old adage, which says, “Where a road passes, development follows.” Though this sounds very appropriate for the very survival of human beings, it is unfortunately detrimental to natural resources, especially in areas rich in biodiversity. This is the case with the Bamenda-Mamfe-Ekok road stretch, constructed with the objective of contributing to increased […]

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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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