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NWP Global Registry of Apprentice Ecologists - Mbouda, West Province Area, Cameroon, Africa

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Mbouda, West Province Area, Cameroon, Africa
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Registered: February 2007
Posts: 1
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Taking recognition of the overwhelming reality that the planet is presently developing an ugly face as a result of all man-made threats, and being aware of the risk humankind is vulnerable to at this turning point, we have uni-laterally decided to curb down these threats by forming an association in (ESPACE VERT), since 2002, through which our actions are being deployed on the environment. ESPACE VERT literally means GREEN SPACE in English and our action is geared towards reestablishing the GREEN cover or canopy the planet had before. Our slogan is " ON N'INVENTE PAS LA NATURE,ON LA RECYCLE" that is "NATURE CAN NOT BE INVENTED, IT CAN BE RECYCLE".

In fact, we are planting trees wherever necessary within our geographical set-up, acknowledging however the fact that a tree planted here in Cameroon, for instance,have a positive effect over a human hazard (global warming) originating from France. This planting of trees is our own way of reducing the rate of concentration of carbon dioxide irregularly found in the atmosphere because of global warming. As of today, we have already planted thousands of trees of different species.

More to that, we have organized several sensitization campaigns as a means through which the local population can be well schooled on the abusive felling down of trees. Furthermore, we have participated to seminars, conferences, colloquiums,trade fairs through which we learnt, proposed judicious technics on how to re enhance environmental protection. To this effect, we have won several prizes on environmental matters as recognition of what we have carried out so far.
Date: February 10, 2007 Views: 17972 File size: 18.1kb, 663.2kb : 1746 x 1178
Hours Volunteered: 70
Volunteers: 7
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 27 to 42
Area Restored for Native Wildlife (hectares): 5
Native Trees Planted: 1251
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