A dynamic and respectful graduate with experience and passion in Journalism and Environmental Communication working with the Green Vision Newspaper. This blog is designed to provide timely investigative news stories/articles on burning and controversial issues in Cameroon most especially in the domain of environment and sustainable development.
- Unwavering Feel of Lake Oku, Its Historic Clawed Frog and Myths
- Achieving Cameroon’s Biodiversity Conservation Target; More Haste Less Speed
- Plastics Dilemma in Cameroon Four Years After Ban; Prospects & Challenges
- Uncovering Sources of Stolen Cameroon Woods for International Markets
- Chiefs, Conservator Conflict Over Kilum Ijim Plant Life Sanctuary Fee Collection
- Why Ahidjo’s Green Sahel Should Be Rejuvenated
- Abongphen Forest in Real Big Trouble; May Disappear in Five Years!
- Gov’t Should Take Advice from Professionals-Prof, Chuyong.
- MINFOF Delegate, Conservator Cry Fowl over Wildlife Exploitation at Cameroon-Nigeria Border
- Discover Julien Mbelley’s Vision for Biodiversity Conservation in Northwest Region
- Uncovering Touristic Sites in Kimbi-Fungom National Park, Periphery
- Kimbi Fungom National Park, Prospective Category 1 Protected Area
- We Native Seems To Be Begging Land from Graziers-Fonfuka Mayor.
- Uncovering the ‘Maggots’ In Cameroon’s Tourism Sector
- Cameroon’s 10 Year Governance Report Picks Hole On Accountability
- 123 Elephant Tusks Confiscated in SWR
- Illegal Wildlife Trade Growing With Increasing Fight!
- Environmental Challenges Amid Cameroon’s Hosting of AFCON 2016
- When Man’s Will Wheels Against Nature’s Will
- SOS: Mile 18-Buea Water Catchment Cries For Help!
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Monthly Archives: June 2015
There exists a symbiotic relationship between man and nature. Human activities have a direct effect on the natural environment and everything that affects the natural environment affects man. In Cameroon, however, the relation between man and nature has been far … Continue reading
Adequate training in environmental education, agroforestry, biodiversity conservation and environmental reporting can bring about sustainable development in the country, says Blessing Limbi Tata, Deputy Director in Charge of Forestry and Agroforestry at the ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-profit Studies … Continue reading
Cameroon is Africa in miniature. It is home to over 900 bird and 300 mammal species with about 630 of both species listed as threatened/endangered on the IUCN Red List. Unfortunately, these species are constantly threatened by anthropogenic activities like … Continue reading
At the ERuDeF headquarters in Buea, Recently, 18 Equatorial Guinea students under the auspices of the Equatorial Guinea Students Association Buea Chapter, dropped by and were received by the staff of the ERuDeF Institute of Bio-diversity and Non-profit Studies (EIBiNS). … Continue reading
A second-year Agroforestry trainee at the ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-profit Studies (ERuDeF Institute), Ndutu Marie, has established a plantain plantlet production nursery in her village of Diongo, Konye Sub-division, Meme Division. The over 20 plantain-corm-capacity nursery set … Continue reading
Two short films on the conservation of the endangered Cross River Gorilla are due to be released at the end of July 2015. The films will be screened alongside five others in schools and communities across the Northwest and Southwest … Continue reading
Members of the University of Buea Faculty of Science Students Association (FSSA) were May 19, 2015 exposed to opportunities in the domain of biodiversity conservation at a forum it organised at the Dorothy Limunga Njeuma Amphi Theatre of the University … Continue reading