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Study: Charcoal and patterns of forest degradation in Tanzania

A study presented at the June symposium on charcoal organized in Arusha, Tanzania, finds that,

1. At current rates, no high value timber will be left in Tanzania’s coastal forest in 37 years.

2. The Tanzanian government lost $53 million USD in 2005. This is due to the fact that 96% of the timber harvest was undeclared.

3. China imports 10 times more timber from Tanzania that total declared imports.

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