Recently, the United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, rallied environment stakeholders to validate a GEF-funded deforestation reduction project. Participants at the two-day workshop held in Kaduna believe the project is capable of showing the way forward to government on the imperative of forest management sustainability in the country.Olufemi Adeosun, reports. One of the environmental
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