Drought-Hit Ethiopia Moves to Protect Its Dwindling Forests

With water resources under ever greater stress due to the country's rising population, forests are important to maintaining stable rainfall and building drought resilience, while the carbon they store reduces emissions to the environment, an expert says.



Ethiopia forestry.

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