Loggers close in on one of the world’s oldest biosphere reserves


An EL PAÍS/Planeta Futuro investigation exposes plans to open timber transport roads in a tropical forest connected to the Yangambi Man and Biosphere Reserve. The area, in northeastern DRC, is a wildlife corridor and a haven for chimpanzees, pangolins and Afrormosia, an endangered tree species traded in global markets.The timber, including hardwoods regulated by the…

Thanks for reading The LBM Daily.
Join LBM Daily Premium or log in to continue reading.
Login Join Now

Articles You May Like

Limited Time 15% Promo!
Kansas City area bank cites rising interest rates, housing inventory as reasons for layoffs
US economy grows despite cost of living strains
B.C. frustrated over ‘unjustified duties’ on softwood lumber exports to U.S. – Indo-Canadian Voice
Should you buy a house in 2023? Yes.
Market Confidence Rising Among Home Builders