Eric Ngang is an educationalist, environmentalist and a development practitioner.
He has worked in various positions in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and academia. Since 2014, he has been special correspondent for Global Environment and Climate Change with the Global South Development Magazine.
He has obtained academic qualifications from institutions of higher learning including:
- University of South Australia
- University of Queensland Australia
- Coventry University, United Kingdom
- the University of Buea, Cameroon
- and a professional certification in Project Management from the Project Management Institute, Pennsylvania USA.
He is active in research with over ten publications to his credit and is a member of various professional associations. He has been a team member and leader on different projects and is the Country Researcher for Cameroon for the 2016 Resource Governance Index with the Revenue Watch Institute and Natural Resource Governance Institute.
He has personally initiated a number of local organisations which are working with communities on social, environmental and economic development initiatives.
The most remarkable is the Action Group on Governance and Environmental Management (AGGEM). This is a community-based organisation which is gaining recognition as the representative voice in articulating the needs and interest of various beneficiary communities in local and national discourse on natural resources management.