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New novel lets readers unravel mysteries of nature in Gabon

 Beneath the Green Veil: A Biodiversity Adventure. (Instagram/africaninkpublishers_ltd}

This book titled: “Beneath the Green Veil: A Biodiversity Adventure” is comprehensive about the rich biodiversity in the Gabon Rainforest and climate mitigation. This captivating novel invites readers on an exhilarating journey to explore the wonders of the wilderness, unravel the mysteries of nature and share in the experiences of the plants, animals, birds and insects, inhabiting the forest.

The newly published book aims to cultivate awareness regarding the significance of wildlife conservation and environmental stewardship. The central theme revolves around a transformative journey, an adventurous odyssey where readers encounter individuals devoted to nature.

What commences as a mere adventure evolves into a mission, as the travelers respond to the sacred call of the forests, rallying against those who threaten the cyclical harmony of life.

“Beneath the Green Veil: A Biodiversity Adventure” book is designed for a diverse audience, from environmental enthusiasts and naturalists, including children aged six years and above to anyone passionate about preserving life.

This novel serves as an inspiring ode. It simplifies complex scientific issues and simplifies environmental conservation matters into human interest topics, easy to read, understand and apply.

The Gabon Forest is part of the Congo Basin, one of the world’s most important and largest ecosystems. The book also gives solutions on how the rich natural resources in Gabon forest can be utilised responsibly by indigenous communities such as non-timber activities such as rubber tapping, medicinal plants, sustainable hunting. Conserving the forest by using forest ecosystems becomes vital as a sequester of carbon dioxide.

The Gabon Forest is a home to millions of communities in Congo Basin region. The vast Gabon forest covers 267,667 square kilometers.  Since the world has availed carbon markets, communities in Gabon signed an agreement with the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI) for payments on various aspects of protecting the forest. Hence, communities’ participation in activities reducing emission of carbon dionxide can receive incentives to engage in such practices.

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