Lukas Sinimbo Muha

Namibia lost quarter of its forest area

Namibia lost quarter of its forest area

Martin Endjala Namibia lost nearly 20 percent of its forest area during the past 30 years, through wildfires, bush clearance of land for food production, security and illegal harvesting activities. The National Council Chairperson has warned that the country will lose more of its forest resources if it does not apply sustainable use its natural resources. Lukas Sinimbo Muha said this during the pubic parliamentary engagement on tackling climate change in Namibia at Safari Hotel. The engagement is aimed at strengthening the Namibian government’s work in addressing the unsustainable use of timber resources and uncontrolled deforestation. Muha said that the…
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