https://landuseplanner.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/grey-shanked-doucs-ryan-deboodt.jpg 667 1000 Albert Garduno https://landuseplanner.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Land-use-Planner-logo.png Albert Garduno2021-02-03 16:06:352021-02-03 16:24:02When biodiversity conservation needs inclusive land-use planning
The Central Highlands of Vietnam still hold many surprises. Biodiversity surveys in this region revealed new populations of rare and endangered wildlife, including two critically endangered primates: the grey-shanked douc and the yellow-cheeked gibbon.
https://landuseplanner.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Discussion-inhabitants-village-tribal-chief-Ngong-Cameroon.jpg 667 1000 Albert Garduno https://landuseplanner.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Land-use-Planner-logo.png Albert Garduno2021-01-11 11:18:372021-01-11 11:44:10Land-use planning, a key to peace and development in the North Region of Cameroon
Various development programmes are active in the region, addressing wildlife management, natural resources and rural development. With some 20 initiatives underway and a growing number of actors, better coordination, consultation and planning are necessary.