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Body slams DR Congo’s logging companies, international timber traders profiting from impunity

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Written by Freddy Batongo

Logging violations, disenfranchised local communities, the cutting of endangered tree species without valid authorisation, destruction of threatened Bonobo habitat and worldwide export of suspect timber. These are just some of the effects of the chaos being wreaked at home and abroad by one of the major industrial logging companies in Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) according to a new report from Greenpeace Africa.



Regional Capacity, Cooperation Crucial to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

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Written by Kiiza M.

Seventy one officers from Interpol, wildlife law enforcement and CITES management authorities in nine African countries, including East and Central Africa, and the Horn of Africa have today completed a five-day training workshop building their capacity to combat wildlife trafficking.



New UN Report Lays Out Financial Reforms Needed to guard against Climate Shocks

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Written by Kevin Wafula

Harnessing the global financial system to deliver climate security, reduce the risks of high carbon assets, and scale up capital for the low carbon transition is possible, but will only happen with a comprehensive, system-wide approach to financing — including the $37 trillion of energy infrastructure — in the next two decades.


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