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“Information on climate change and its links with forests are not readily available in Central Africa. The concept of climate change and its processes evolve so quickly that decision makers are hard pressed to keep up. In addition, most of the available information is disseminated through very selective channels (scientific journals, articles, newsletters, websites, etc.) that do not always reach a wider audience.
Radio remains the most accessible means of communication, because it is available to everyone and is relatively inexpensive.
“Changing seasons” is a CIFOR-COBAM radio program that adopts a debate format. It is broadcast monthly by the national radio station, Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV), which has nationwide coverage,exchanging information on climate change and its links with forests…PHOTO: Cleared trees and ground-cover to grow bean crops is quickly denuding vast areas of eastern Burundi. As rain has decreased over the last…
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