Tag Archive | Cameroon

Palmoil in Cameroon

This blog is also about Conservation projects and campaigns and i always wanted to write a little post about the campaign i am involved in since the very start.

Location of the SGSOC Plantation in Africa

As part of the SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund i engage myself against a huge palmoil-plantation in south west Cameroon. A big American concern tries to establish a 70.000 hectare big plantation right in the middle of several world-famous national parks such as the Korup National Park.

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