Growing Chinese presence a wake-up call for African natural resource managers

BOGOR, Indonesia — The recent surge in Chinese investment in Africa has exposed the need for local policymakers to boost regulation and administrative capacity if they are to manage their forests and other natural resources sustainably, a recent study of Zambia shows. The study, conducted by scientists with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR),... Read more

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