Trans-border Crime Threatens Congo Basin Biodiversity

[Cameroon Tribune]Countries of the Congo Basin now face a new threat to biodiversity. Crimes across national borders within the Central African Forest Commission (COMIFAC) are seriously undermining conservation efforts, creating the necessity to merge vital economic growth with social and environmental considerations. The information was disclosed by Forestry and Wildlife Minister Ngole Philip Ngwese who presided at the 12th session of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) in Douala yesterday March 19.

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