WRM | 4 September 2014
by Anabela Lemos, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justiça Ambiental, JA!, http://ja4change.org/index.php/pt/
Mozambique used to be rich in forests. Nowadays, not only can it not be considered a rich country, but its forests are also at risk of disappearing unless urgent, concrete and radical measures are taken. Several studies in recent years by civil society organizations and academics clearly show that if the present model of forest exploitation continues, very soon we shall have to change our discourse about this being a country rich in forest resources. This wealth we boast about is being cut and exported in a savage and uncontrolled manner.
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