The State of the World's Forests reports every two years on the status of forests, recent major policy and institutional developments and key issues concerning the forest sector. The purpose of the publication is to provide current, reliable and policy-relevant information to policy-makers, foresters and other natural resource managers, academics, forest industry and civil society.
One of the environmental consequences of slash-and-burn farming is the loss of forest system carbon which in turn contributes to atmospheric change and impacts upon global climates. International attention has become focused upon the development of alternatives to slash-and-burn agriculture to alleviate poverty, protect biodiversity and reduce climate change.
Analyses the causes of social exclusion in Cameroon, its relationship to land tenure and the political structures through which it is being addressed
Data from slaughter (LWT) and warm carcass (HCWT) weights and dressing-out percentages (CYD%) of 209 Uda (Sahel) and 26 Djallonke sheep and 105 Djallonke goats were analysed by fitting a least-squares fixed-effects model. The model consisted of the effects of breed and sex on LWT and CYD% and the effects of breed, sex and LWT (as covariate) on HCWT for the sheep data.
With amendments through 1996. The source for this link is the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
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Cette loi fixe le cadre juridique général et les principes fondamentaux de la gestion de l'environnement au Cameroun. Les principes fondamentaux sont ceux de prévention, de précaution, le principe pollueur-payeur et celui de responsabilité, le principe de participation et celui de subsidiarité des normes coutumières en absence d'une règle de droit écrit.