We need to protect Congo’s forests against shifting cultivation… or do we?

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is home to the second-largest single block of forest in the world, and its forests make up two-thirds of the Congo Basin forest area. Researchers have often concluded that slash-and-burn agriculture and biomass production are two of the most important causes of deforestation in the country. Further research indicates that... Read more

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