Private coy plans measures to prevent Gabon’s wildlife, vegetation
By Bisola Adeyemo,
Cécile Hervo, Tracer Technical Coordinator said it will effortlessly prevent Gabon’s wildlife and its vegetation, as part of its plan to save Gabon’s ecology system.
The tracer Coordinator said “Tracer is desire by GSEZ since 2018 that all the woods that enter the Zone is legal wood. And so they have created an independent agency that will verify this, Africanews reports.
“This agency is made up of two entities called Forest Resources Management, which is a private French company that has been involved in forest management in the Congo Basin for 30 years, and Brainforest, a Gabonese NGO that specialises in all aspects of governance and respect for people’s rights in Gabon.”
However, human-wildlife conflict risks compromising the country’s biodiversity conservation efforts.
According to Nicaise Moulombi, “The human-wildlife conflict in Gabon is a situation where the populations pay a heavy price to the benefit of international conservation. It is this challenge that must be reversed. This is why we call on ECCAS and the United Nations to help Gabon find the best mechanism.”
According to Igor Nyambie Simard, Managing Director Arise IIP and Arise IS Gabon; “the country obtained carbon neutral certification less than a month ago.”
Gabon, the first African country to be rewarded for its efforts to fight deforestation at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow still dependent on oil from other countries and has undertaken a series of actions in favour of the transition to a green economy by relying on the ecosystems,the climatic and meteorological.