Nigerian Companies Use Charcoal Substitutes to Reduce Deforestation

Some Nigerian companies are using coconut and palm shells to make charcoal briquettes in an effort to slow ongoing deforestation. Nigeria banned charcoal exports after a World Bank report showed the country lost nearly half its forest cover in just a decade. Timothy Obiezu reports from Kuje, Nigeria.

Camera: Emeka Gibson 


Be the first to comment on "Nigerian Companies Use Charcoal Substitutes to Reduce Deforestation"

залишити коментар