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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Author Archives: Bertrand Shancho Ndimuh
Besides being the only known habitat of the critically endangered Xenopus longipes (Lake Oku Clawed Frog) which is exclusively aquatic, and Phrynobatrachus njiomock (the Puddle Frog), Lake Oku is obsessed with rare plants and incredible dragon flies, aquatic invertebrates and … Continue reading
Cameroon is undoubtedly one of the richest countries in Africa in term of biological diversity. Statistics from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre indicates that the country is host to some 1661 known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles and … Continue reading
There seem to have been a cold war between agents of the Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) and dealers in plastics below 61 microns ever since April 24, 2014 when the Cameroon Government placed a … Continue reading
A Greenpeace Africa investigation published recently, has uncovered “a trail of stolen timber” en route to Cameroon’s main timber exporting company, Compagnie de Commerce et de Transport (CCT), for onward evacuation to the international markets. According to a press release … Continue reading
A silent conflict is raging between traditional authorities of adjacent communities and the Conservator of the Kilum-Ijum Plant Life Sanctuary over the collection of entry fee. The Kilum-Ijum Plant Life Sanctuary is a 1000 hectare protected area created by the … Continue reading
Cameroon last Saturday June 17, 2017 joined countries the world over to commemorate the 23rd edition of the World Day to Combat Desertification, a day instituted by the United Nation General Assembly in 1994 to raise awareness of the presence … Continue reading
Often referred to as the Tubah Upland forest, the hitherto circa 4000 acre forest hosting some of the last remnants of the most endangered chimpanzee subspecies, the Nigeria Cameroon Chimpanzee, and serving as the only source of drinking water to … Continue reading