Illegal logging is having negative consequences © Brent Stirton/Getty Images
Illegal logging is having negative consequences © Brent Stirton/Getty Images

Cameroon's timber 'illegally harvested to build temples'

Vietnamese companies are playing a prime role in the illegal timber trade in Cameroon, harming some of the world’s last remaining intact forests, an investigation has revealed.

The Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement (CED) and the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) have released the results of a three-year investigation.

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