- STAKEHOLDERS DECRY DEFORESTATION IN C’RIVERby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:44 pm
They spoke in Calabar at a Multi-Stakeholders’ conference on deforestation in Cross River organised by ‘We The People’ in collaboration with other agencies.
- C’River Council Chair vows not to support APC if the Rainforest is not protectedby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:40 pm
Following the alarming deforestation and illegal logging of timber from the Cross River State rainforest, the Council Chairman of Boki Local Government Area, Pastor John Ewa has vowed to withdraw his support for the ruling All Progressives Council (APC) ahead of the 2023 election if the menace continues.
- Environmentalists, others seek end to deforestation, blame C’River govt for illegal loggingby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:36 pm
Disturbed by the high rate of destruction of the forest estates by “armed forest bandits”, critical stakeholders have blamed the Cross River State government and highly placed citizens of the state for deforestation.
- Conference laments lack of political will to end deforestation in Cross Riverby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:33 pm
Stakeholders have identified lack of political will, non-implementation of laws and policies as factors behind continued deforestation in Cross River State.
- 2023 Elections: Stakeholders Urge Electorates Not To Vote For Anti-Forest Conservation Candidatesby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:19 pm
Stakeholders and deforestation activists in Cross River State have called on the electorates not to vote for any candidate not ready to protect the forests and other natural reserves. The admonition was from a one-day multi-stakeholder conference with a focus on ending deforestation in Cross River State, organized by We The People (WTP) in collaboration…
- Deforestation, illegal logging begin and end on the desk of Gov Ayade – Boki Council Chairmanby admin on December 12, 2022 at 3:09 pm
The issues of deforestation and illegal logging in Cross River State can only be stopped if the Governor of Cross River State, Prof. Ben Ayade wants them to end.