Tri-National Sangha transboundary Forests Complex – A UNESCO World Heritage Centre: A video on “Rain forest and Climate Protection in the Congo Basin”
As part of this project, Protection and Management of the Sangha Tri-National Transboundary Forests Complex”, funded by the German Ministry of Environment (BMU) and managed by the FTNS between 2008 and 2012, two journalists from the Deutsche Welle TV visited Cameron and Congo from 25 August to 7 September 2013 for the production of a film on this project.
A summary of the film: A trinational protection force from the Republic of Congo, Cameroon and the Central African Republic is trying to save ecosystems for both humans and animals in the Congo Basin.
The climate of central Africa is determined in the seemingly endless forests of the Congo Basin. The region in the heart of Africa has been called the earth's second-largest green lung, after the Amazon. Sangha Trinational is a joint conservation and park complex monitored by Cameroon, the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo. It's an attempt to preserve as much nature as possible for both humans and animals. Patrols pursue poachers and protect tree stocks. There are also plans to extend the infrastructure for sustainable tourism.
Please download the Film: A trinational protection force from the Republic of Congo, Cameroon and the Central African Republic is trying to save ecosystems for both humans and animals in the Congo Basin.