Results from mining tax for reforestation in the DRC leave more questions than answers


Mining and logging companies in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are liable to pay a deforestation tax to restore areas impacted by their activities. However, after about twenty years since the tax was implemented, reforested areas are few and far between. Environmentalists and locals question what the funding collected from mining companies is being…

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