David Akana is an Associate Editor of Pan African Visions – an online magazine marketing African success stories where he reports on environment and development. Previously, David worked as founding Editor-in-Chief of Radio Environment – the pioneer in radio on conservation in the Central African Region – with headquarters in Yaounde, Cameroon. He has also occupied senior editorial positions in several other newsrooms in Cameroon notably the Cameroon Radio Television Corporation, Radio Reine and Among Youths Magazine. In addition, David continues to contribute articles to Cameroon’s leading English-language newspaper – The Post Newspaper. He holds a BSc in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea in Cameroon and has attended several short term training courses on environment and development issues across Africa and in other parts of the world.
Journalism by David Akana
Close to 45 of the 53 countries that make up the African Union arrived at the latest round of climate talks in Bonn having signed the much criticised Copenhagen Accord. But not Sudan, Zimbabwe, Niger, Cameroon, Sao Tome & Principe, Equatorial Guinea and Egypt.