FEATURE-Uganda chiefs fight to save ‘sacred’ shea trees felled for fuel


* Trees are being felled illegally for lucrative charcoal * Extreme weather in northern Uganda is also causing damage * Communities cracking down on loggers and raising awareness By John Okot Sitting on an anthill in northeast Uganda, local clan leader Justine Tooyero watched wistfully over the few shea trees visible in the distance, standing…

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