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Net Zero Speaks with Susan Chomba about Africa's Reforestation Efforts

Subject Science
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The world loses about 15 billion trees a year.  Conserving, restoring and growing new trees helps biodiversity and fights climate change.  What solutions are leaders in Africa using to reverse the loss of trees? Dr. Susan Chomba is the Director of Vital Landscapes at the World Resources Institute where she leads WRI's work on forest protection and sustainable management, restoration, food systems transformation and governance in Africa. In Net Zero Speaks With Susan Chomba, Climate Activist Levy Nyirenda explores the issues of forest restoration, food system supply, carbon emission reduction, and the role of technology in solving the climate challenges faced in Africa.


Net Zero Speaks With Susan Chomba
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