Review of The Green Vision Newspaper No. 2

NEWS AND FEATURES ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PUBLISHED IN THE GREEN VISION NEWSPAPER NO.2 [one_third][/one_third]Cameroon Fish Highly Contaminated with Mercury The second edition of the environmental newspaper, The Green Vision reported that Cameroon has been singled out as a country whose fish stocks are continuously being contaminated with toxic mercuric waste discharged by … Read more

Wildlife Predator turns wildlife Protector

[one_third][/one_third] Change they say is the only constant thing in life. Who would believe that this die-heart Bechati Trapper/hunter, Jacob Adong, earning a daily income of about 12,000FCFA ($24) from wildlife sales, will ever retreat from hunting and become a wildlife conservation advocate? The 40-year-old father of three who now works as a Field guide … Read more

Farmer uses agroforestry to make the difference

[one_third][/one_third] Profile of the month Since the US Charity, Trees for the Future through its Cameroon Program, introduced agroforestry in Cameroon, farmers have increasingly adopted different strategies of diversifying the products gotten from their farm. Initially, the primary aim of intercropping trees and plants was to improve on the quality of the soil and yields. … Read more

ERuDeF trains a dozen farmers on bee hunting in Folepi Village

[one_third][/one_third] Balancing Conservation and Development The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) has trained twelve inhabitants of Folepi Village in the Lebialem Highlands in bee hunting. This was during a capacity building workshop that took place in the village on August 18, 2013. The workshop follows the donation of 30 piglets and 35 beehives to … Read more

Volunteers express satisfaction about the African rainforest experience

[one_half][/one_half] There is no better experience than taking time off the daily bustle and tussle of city life to camp in the rainforest. The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) under its International Volunteering Program has since 2008 received over 200 persons coming from different parts of the world Canada, UK, USA, Australia, Netherlands, France, … Read more