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Conservation enterprise secures biodiversity in Campo Ma'an

Rangers walking through dense forest in Campo Ma'an National Park in Cameroon

 

Established in 2000, Campo Ma’an National Park is a protected area in southern Cameroon created as environmental compensation for the controversial Chad-Cameroon Pipeline. The 2,460km sq. park neighbors five logging concessions, and agro-industries for palm oil and rubber—all within the Campo Ma’an Operational Technical Unit.

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