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Reforestation en Inde: Les Promesses Non Tenues De Modi

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To fight climate change, India claims it is increasing its forest cover. But the control mechanism...

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Lors de la COP26, 100 pays se sont engagés à mettre fin à la déforestation et la dégradation des terres d’ici à 2030. L’Inde n’en fait pas partie. Pourtant, selon Global Forest Watch, 1 200 km2 de forêts primaires y ont disparu entre 2014 et 2018. Les programmes proposés par le gouvernement de Modi sont insuffisants.


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