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Environment: OCJN Climate Justice Ambassador demand insertion of climate issues in school curriculum

By Nfor Nkfu 

The Climate Justice Ambassador at Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) has launched the Climate demand Action (CDA) for Climate Solution Action (CSA) for Cameroon Schools including Colleges, Universities and other institutions of learning. Tamukong Roland Angong launched the campaign on Thursday 30 March 2023 at the Regional College of Agriculture Bambili. 
Tamukong Roland with administration and students of RCA Bambili. 

"Climate resilience requires, eco-friendly attitudes and habits that can only be better enhanced or sustained through education" Tamukong said 
According to Tamukong Roland who is also founder of Cameroon Climate Journalism Network (CCJN) the project is a climate nation wide education advocacy campaign program that will run for a year from the date of the launch with the" objective to cause or call for the insertion of climate studies in Cameroon schools and revival." 
Climate Justice Ambassador delivers keynote address 

The Executive Director of World Echoes Media Group used the event to challenge his media colleagues to combat climate in their news rooms or reports and join in the Climate Solution Action crusade. 
"Climate is now demanding actions and we must change our ways for climate solution actions and melody, drumming for more support and sympathizers. This can only be sustained and enhanced through teaching and grooming of climate experts. 
Climate Justice Ambassador (R) and Director of the Regional College of Agriculture Bambili (L)

The Director of the Regional College of Agriculture Bambili Billa Vitalis has assured the Climate Ambassador of the support of his institution in the battle to safe the environment. 


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