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This book aimed to analyse the threats that sub-Saharan countries are facing, like the deforestation, floods and desertification in the Congo Basin countries (Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, The Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, The Central African Republic and Cameroon).
Instead of caring and protecting the creation, human beings started to disturb the creation by their own negative actions.
As the planet faces the danger of global warming, the author suggests some solutions such as mitigation and adaptation to greenhouse gas on an ethical basis for the preservation for the preservation of future generation.
The environmental protection remains the sine qua non condition against the threats that the Congo Basin is facing.
Protection should be extended also to indigenous people who are experiencing discrimination.
They deserve the right over their land and their rights need to be recognised.
Didier Ngangani Buwani holds a bachelor degree in Philosophy (Saint Augustine University, Kinshasa/DRC) and a master degree in Theological Ethics (University of South Africa, Pretoria).
He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of South Africa.
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