SDG 13: Climate Action

Women are leading the restoration of the world’s second largest tropical rainforest - here’s how

In the Democratic Republic of Congo women are helping to conserve and restore the rainforest Image: Unsplash/Johnnathan Tshibangu

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Women in the Democratic Republic of Congo are challenging threats to the Congo Rainforest including logging and mining.
Women in the Democratic Republic of Congo are challenging threats to the Congo Rainforest including logging and mining. Image: GRID-Arendal

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