Illegal Logging

Illegal logging in Africa is a threat to security

By Catherine Lena Kelly, National Defense University and Carl Pilgram, Africa Center for Strategic Studies African countries are estimated to...

How charcoal, indiscriminate logging contribute to deforestation in Kwara

By Abdulrasheed Hammad In Kwara State, the loggers and charcoal producers are making fortunes from deforestation but no one is...
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China’s lust for rosewood fuels logging in Ghana’s poorest region

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi SINCE the uncontrolled logging of rosewood for export mostly to China began in the Upper West...

Kogi Employs 100 Forest Guards To Stop Illegal Logging

The Kogi State Government has commenced the process of recruiting 100 forest guards to stop illegal cutting down of trees in the state.
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House Of Representatives Probes Illegal Logging By Chinese

The House of Representatives is investigating allegations that Chinese nationals are causing deforestation by engaging in tree-cutting and illegally exporting woods out of the country.

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