The environmental history of Central Africa as a whole
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- Central Africa Moves to Look After its
- By Lyne Mikangou, IPS, 13 October 1998. Under the guise
of globalisation and its principle of free enterprise,
many foreign logging companies have invaded the
world's second largest tropical rainforest to cut its
trees. The countries that share it have decided to come
together to protect its biodiversity and face up to the
challenges posed by economic globalisation.