How the international financial system exports extinction to the DRC

9 juillet 2024 | Tova Gaster
Biodiversity loss from unequal mining deals is not a glitch. It’s the logical end point of multiple transnational pressures. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) holds one of the richest hotspots for biodiversity in the world. Half of Africa’s tropical forests lie within its borders, which (...)
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