Masango Sone

I am Masango Sone, Executive Derector of Green Cameroon. www.greencameroon.org I am also current winner of the National Energy Globe Award 2012 for Cameroon. There is more about me and the project on the award site at

http://www.energyglobe.info/awards/national/awdid/4529/

Together with his wife and two daughters, Masango Sone lives in the city of Buea in eastern Cameroon near Mount Cameroon National Park. Masango is director of the Green Cameroon NGO, founded in 2003, as well as director of the Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (RCE Buea). He holds university degrees in agriculture and forestry. He is also an expert on renewable energies and an environmentalist with all his heart. Masango is especially concerned about reforesting Mount Cameroon. Where dense forests once used to provide an animal and plant habitat, today there are only barren mountainsides because 90 per cent of the local population need wood for cooking several times a day and in great quantities. Masango knows that there is only one possible solution to this problem: Providing local communities with more efficient cooking stoves that use 50 per cent less wood.

I am Masango Sone, Executive Derector of Green Cameroon. www.greencameroon.org I am also current winner of the National Energy Globe Award 2012 for Cameroon. There is more about me and the project on the award site at

http://www.energyglobe.info/awards/national/awdid/4529/

Together with his wife and two daughters, Masango Sone lives in the city of Buea in eastern Cameroon near Mount Cameroon National Park. Masango is director of the Green Cameroon NGO, founded in 2003, as well as director of the Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (RCE Buea). He holds university degrees in agriculture and forestry. He is also an expert on renewable energies and an environmentalist with all his heart. Masango is especially concerned about reforesting Mount Cameroon. Where dense forests once used to provide an animal and plant habitat, today there are only barren mountainsides because 90 per cent of the local population need wood for cooking several times a day and in great quantities. Masango knows that there is only one possible solution to this problem: Providing local communities with more efficient cooking stoves that use 50 per cent less wood.


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