Cameroon’s Oku forest is the largest mountain forest left in West Africa, but it’s under threat from logging. Selling honey gives locals an alternative to felling the forest to make way for farming.
Cameroon's Oku forest is under threat from logging. Teaching local children about the forest's value and offering locals sustainable income - for example selling the Oku's unique white honey - could help save it.
Green safaris in Botswana, forest honey in Cameroon and tracking lions in Nairobi. All this and much more on this week's eco@africa.
As organic beekeeping spreads like wildfire across eastern Zimbabwe, the industrious little insects are helping to preserve forests and prevent woodland fires.
In Cameroon's Korup National Park, groups are seeking to overcome the "conservation or communities" conundrum by promoting sustainable forestry and wildlife management. But it's no easy task.
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