Plant Trees In Cameroon
Why Plant in Cameroon?
Climate change is bringing more erratic patterns of weather.
- The mean annual temperature has increased by 0.7˚C since 1960, an average rate of 0.15˚C per decade.
- In the Gulf of Guinea, sea-level rise could induce overtopping and even destruction of the low barrier beaches that limit the coastal lagoons, while changes in precipitation could affect the discharges of rivers feeding them.