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Cameroon restates commitment to partner Nigeria on forestry, wildlife conservation

The government of Cameroon has restated its commitment to work closely with Nigeria to ensure effective implementation of policy framework for sustainable management of...

Elastic methodologies enable REDD+ forestry projects to exaggerate climate impact, says study

An in-depth study of the main methodologies used to create carbon credits from forest conservation projects (REDD+) has exposed a series of shortcomings that...

Saving the world’s forestry is panacea to climate change – FRIN

The Director of Planning, Research and Statistics, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN), Prof. Oladapo Akinyemi, says afforestation is a viable solution to the...

Nigeria losing billions by not tapping opportunities in forest sector – Don

 A university don, Prof. Tope Ajayi, has said forestry has the potential of helping to create dependable economic fortunes for the Federal Government and...

Carrying forward the Olympic spirit to care for our forests

Ahead of the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, Republic of Korea, whereby forestry specialists and policymakers will come together to make decisions about...

Lack of funds, boundary disputes hinder forest reserves protection – Expert

Head, Forestry and Wildlife Department, Anambra State Ministry of Environment, Mrs Onyinye Achugamonye, has identified lack of funds and boundary disputes as challenges of...

Private forestry sector looks forward to the issuance of FLEGT licences in Ghana

Ghana’s private forestry sector has been operating for about 130 years now and is a major revenue generator for the country. But in the...

Angola to produce 600,000 cubic metres of timber annually

Angola’s forestry potential is estimated at 70 million hectares, which allows it to produce 600,000 cubic metres of timber annually. Angola’s Minister of State for...

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Campaigners decry Standard Bank’s decision to fund EACOP

The StopEACOP Campaign says it is appalled by Standard Bank's decision to help finance the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)...
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IITA, TAAT, Sasakawa convene stakeholders for Benin seed roadmap

Stakeholders from Benin and across Africa are organising a summit to draw a seed roadmap for the West African...

WFP increases response in Nigeria, others to address rising hunger

The World Food Programme (WFP) says it will increase its food and nutrition assistance programme in some countries in...

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Campaigners decry Standard Bank’s decision to fund EACOP

The StopEACOP Campaign says it is appalled by Standard...

IITA, TAAT, Sasakawa convene stakeholders for Benin seed roadmap

Stakeholders from Benin and across Africa are organising a...
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