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Reality check required on world’s forests

Blog entry by Greg Norman | September 10, 2015

Such is the gap between World Forestry Congresses (5 years) that it prompted one of the facilitators to describe it as the forestry sector’s Olympics and World Cup rolled into one. Taking place in Durban this week, the United...

United action needed to stem illegal timber trade in the Congo Basin

Press release | September 9, 2015 at 9:39

Durban, 9 September 2015 –Congo Basin governments and their main timber trading partners must take concrete action to tackle illegal logging according to Greenpeace Africa. During the 14th edition of the World Forestry Congress in Durban,...

We are the last generation to act: Climate Change is not a problem of another generation!

Blog entry by Samwel Omesa | August 13, 2015

Climate change due industrialisation and other anthropogenic activities coupled with increasing energy demands are major global challenges at the top of the international agenda. It is also a main concern for the Kenyan government. ...

Cameroon’s pledge to combat illegal logging needs more action and more transparency

Blog entry by Eric Ini | August 7, 2015

Everyone – as the old adage goes – has their problems. Cameroon is no different in that regard and chief among them is the plague of illegal logging . Ships containing illegally felled or suspect timber head to markets in...

Resilience Reports

Publication | July 29, 2015 at 17:18

Our climate is changing and all over the world we are experiencing more unpredictable and uncertain weather than in the past. Those depending on the weather for their daily bread – farmers and farm workers – are feeling, and will continue to feel...

Greenpeace activists lock down gigantic Trojan horse

Press release | July 25, 2015 at 9:23

Pretoria 25 August 2015: Today, Greenpeace activists confronted the Minister of Energy by locking themselves down to a four metre high wooden nuclear ‘Trojan Horse’[1] outside the Department of Energy headquarters in Pretoria. The activists are...

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