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Sustainable Biodynamic Beekeeping
Posted on  : March 7, 2019, 5:54 pm
Creating a sustainable and friendly ecosystem For the world’s biggest food producer Bees are the basis of our existence they are the worlds Leading pollinators and we have their pollination activity To thank for 40% of the food we buy and eat today Similarly, they are responsible for pollination in the wild Constantly regenerating our flora.
Author :  Legideon   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Sustainable Biodynamic
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Environmental Heritage: Ekwang Delicacies of Cameroon
Posted on  : March 7, 2019, 12:00 am
Ekwang is one of the most delicious and widely consumed delicacies in Cameroon. Ekwang is the paste of grated cocoyam wrapped in cocoyam leaves or sweet bitter leaves and cooked with a little amount of water, palm oil, and other additives. Its origin is from among the Sawa people of the South West and Littoral Regions. The basic ingredients which include cocoyam, fish and palm oil can be easily harvested from the environment. However, it is easier for people in the countryside to have access to
Author :  By Nkeze Mirabel Tache   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Ekwang
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NW Culinary Heritage: Kati Kati Healthy Environment for Healthy Living
Posted on  : March 7, 2019, 12:00 am
Cameroon has an abundant variety of dishes. This is thanks to Mother Nature for her ceaseless supply of edible plants, herbs, and grains. From the fertile banks of the lowly Boumba Stream in the heart of the equatorial forest in the deep south of Cameroon through the volcanic rich soils of the slopes of Mount Fako, Mount Maneguba and the lush grass fields of the West and North West Regions, reaching all the way to the Sahel fields of the Grand North, Mother Nature’s food supply is ununending.
Author :  By Nkeze Mirabel Tache   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Kati Kati
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Children Drilled On The Importance of Water, Trees to Agriculture
Posted on  : September 28, 2018, 4:15 pm
No water, no agriculture as the saying goes. Just as water is of dire need to humans, so is it to trees and it is synonymous with a mother and child relationship; where the child is the tree and water the mother. In sum, a tree cannot exist without water.
Author :  By Honorine Cheng   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Environment
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The dilemma at Ekounou market
Posted on  : April 23, 2018, 1:19 pm
Public waste dumped at the market in Ekounou
Author :  Fonban Emmanuel   |  
Category : Environment
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Gestion forestière : la corruption tue le développement
Posted on  : March 12, 2018, 9:54 am
Le phénomène va de plus en plus grandissant au Cameroun. L’indice de perception de la corruption dans le secteur des forets et de la faune a atteint 7,25/10 en 2017 selon les résultats d’une étude menée par l’association Forets et Développement Rural (Foder), rendus publics récemment à Yaoundé.
Author :  Arnaud Kévin Ngano   |  
Category : Environment
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« Les pouvoirs publics doivent demander à ces entreprises, de fermer tous les trous ouverts »
Posted on  : January 3, 2018, 8:47 pm
L'association Foret et Développement Rural du Cameroun(FODER)exige la restauration des sites miniers ouverts par les exploitants dans les régions de l'Est et de l'Adamaoua. Cette insistance fait suite aux 9 personnes mortes dans un trou au village Ngoe Ngoe le 30 décembre 2017.
Author :  Arnaud Kévin Ngano   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Mines., Ngoe Ngoe, FODER. Lu et Lang
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Exploitation minière : « L’entreprise Lu et Lang tue plus de 9 personnes »
Posted on  : January 3, 2018, 8:07 pm
Cette affirmation est sur toutes les lèvres au village Ngoe Ngoe dans l’arrondissement de Ngoura, département du Lom et djerem, région de l’Est-Cameroun.
Author :  Arnaud Kévin Ngano   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: site minier, Foder, Ngoe Ngoe
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Gov’t, CSOs Partner To Curb Illegal Logging In Cameroon
Posted on  : September 4, 2017, 12:00 am
One of the perennial problems affecting the transparent and effective management of forest resources in Cameroon over the years has been illegal logging. For over two decades now, Cameroon has been experiencing an upsurge in this illegal logging phenomenon. In a bid to put an end to this activity the Ministry of Forestry and Wild has joined forces with some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to curb this wanton forest exploitation
Author : isidore abah  |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Illegal Logging
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Environmental Education for our own survival
Posted on  : July 4, 2017, 4:43 pm
The purpose of this article is to identify some environmental crisis in our communities and the world at large: creating environmental awareness, building a connection to the environment, and changing the perceptions of the environment.
Author :  BY MEAZI THERESE   |  
Category : Environment
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Tagged Keywords: Environmental 008
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