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Félix Tshisekedi

Climate warning

DR Congo rainforest at risk as government plans to sell rights to look for oil

There are approximately 10, 000 species of tropical plants in the Congo Basin and 30 percent are unique to the region. Endangered wildlife, including forest elephants, chimpanzees, bonobos, and lowland and mountain gorillas inhabit the lush forests. 400 other species of mammals, 1,000 species of birds and 700 species of fish can also be found here.
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  • monicah mbesu

    54 w

    someone should stop this

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    • Sarah Chabane

      54 w

      It's a terrible decision for nature and the climate ⚠️⚠️⚠️

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      • Joyce Waturu

        54 w

        It's shocking that the government is heavily involved in tearing down forests for oil.Surely!!!

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        • winnie nguru

          54 w

          So we are ready to give up the rainforest and everything that comes with it in search of oil while we have so many options? This is disturbing

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          • Elizabeth Gathigia

            54 w

            Look for oil? 😣 This is absurd!

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            • Kevin

              54 w

              very frustrating

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              • Marine Stephan

                54 w

                This is extremely bad ⚠️

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