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Shoot: Forest Clearing near UNESCO Site & Locals' Concern in Cameroon

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Singapore based Halcyon Agri and her Cameroonian subsidiary - Sudcam operate a sordid rubber plantation business in Cameroon, close to a UNESCO World Heritage site, forcing the displacement of indigenous communities.
Sudcam is responsible for the most devastating new forest clearance for industrial agriculture in the Congo basin.
A report released by Greenpeace Africa shows that between 2011 and 2018, Sudcam has cleared more than 10,000 hectares of dense tropical rainforest to make way for a monoculture rubber plantation, displacing local communities and posing a threat to biodiversity near a UNESCO World Heritage site. Over the last few months, clearing has accelerated, reaching a rate of almost 10 football pitches a day.
Road inside Rubber Plantation in Cameroon
13 Jun, 2017
Road inside Rubber Plantation in Cameroon
Forest in Cameroon
13 Jun, 2017
Forest in Cameroon
Forest Clearing in Cameroon
13 Jun, 2017
Forest Clearing in Cameroon
Forest Clearing in Cameroon
13 Jun, 2017
Forest Clearing in Cameroon
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
17 Jun, 2017
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
17 Jun, 2017
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
16 Jun, 2017
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
15 Jun, 2017
Local Villagers' Meeting in Cameroon
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