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A group of EU countries is calling for urgent revisions to the bloc's anti-deforestation law set to go into effect at the end of the year.
The EU law aims to root deforestation out of supply chains agricultural products sold in Europe, so that European consumers are not contributing to the destruction of global forests.
The law needs to be hastily implemented,in such a manner to be indelible and save our forests from the deforestation globally.
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  • mary Mwihaki

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    This should completely be stopped to ensure the forest and planet is protected.

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    • Munene Mugambi

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      @mary_dosarah I totally second this. I can't imagine why any sane thinking country would think they'd be affected by a deforestation law unless if course...that country is guilty of this vice and does not want to stop these illegal logging activities. These countries have to tow the line on this and end deforestation once and for all.

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    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      3 w

      This is completely wrong moreso from EU countries which have been a role model in climate action. Such laws must not be touched!

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      • Munene Mugambi

        3 w

        These countries are misguided in prioritizing business interests over environmental health. Revision of anti-deforestation laws risks increasing deforestation and biodiversity loss, with far-reaching ecological consequences. The numbers are already high, we are just trying disaster management at this point. It's necessary to uphold stringent environmental protections to safeguard precious ecosystems and mitigate climate change. Prioritizing short-term economic gains over long-term environmental sustainability is shortsighted and detrimental to the planet's well-being. They have to find a way to cope with this law, no questions asked.

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        • Jane Wangui

          3 w

          Forests should be protected by all means possible so as to ensure that the planet is protected from any kind of harm

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          • Munene Mugambi

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            @jane_wangui Yes Jane, you're spot on. Protecting forests is crucial for safeguarding the planet from harm. Forests serve as vital carbon sinks, support biodiversity, and regulate climate patterns. Preserving them is essential for mitigating climate change, preventing habitat loss, and maintaining ecological balance.

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            • Rashid Kamau

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              @jane_wangui Protecting forests should be our most important natural climate solution.

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