Today Joshua Konkankoh and Sonita Mbah left for Marrakesh to be GEN representatives at the Climate Change conference COP 22 . This meeting focuses on implementation of Climate Goals set in Paris at COP 21 earlier this year.
We are sending them with a new short video about Bafut Ecovillage. We hope this preview will entice you to think about how traditional villages can transition to Ecovillages. What does it take? What can you do to support?
The full video is in production by volunteers at Better World Cameroon. Sign up to our blog to be notified when it’s published!
In the meantime let’s send blessings and good wishes to all delegates at COP22 – they are doing important work for all of us.
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