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About Denis J. Sonwa, Cameroonian Scientist

At COP-15, Denis J. Sonwa was a scientist for CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research) from Cameroon, Africa. His research has primarily shown that “Forest resources play key roles in socio-economic and ecological contexts in Central¬†Africa,” and has been aimed … Continue reading

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Denis J. Sonwa on Developing Countries

Denis J. Sonwa – Developing Countries Mr. Denis J. Sonwa, a scientist for CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research) in Cameroon talks about the adaptation needs of people in Central Africa and how by improving their livelihood, we can count … Continue reading

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Denis J. Sonwa on Common but Differentiated Responsibilities

CBDR Mr. Denis J. Sonwa, a scientist for CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research) in Cameroon talks about the difficulties in implementing mitigation strategies in Central Africa, as well as the possibility of REDD programs in helping to improve the … Continue reading

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Denis J. Sonwa on Implementation of REDD Programs

Denis J. Sonwa of Cameroon Mr. Denis J. Sonwa, a scientist for CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research) in Cameroon talks about the possibilities for poverty alleviation and mitigation under REDD. Want to learn more about this interviewee? About Denis … Continue reading

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Search video footage from COP-15 by interviewee’s country of origin or representation. Our research team feels that an understanding of the perspectives of different nations at the COP-15 negotiations is an important asset to an overall understanding of the issues. … Continue reading

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Search video footage from COP-15 by interviewee’s country of origin or representation. Our research team feels that an understanding of the perspectives of different nations at the COP-15 negotiations is an important asset to an overall understanding of the issues. … Continue reading

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