Republic of Congo

Supporting people and forests in the Republic of Congo

Supporting people and forests in the Republic of Congo

Supporting people and forests in the Republic of Congo

  • Parliamentarians and ClientEarth in Republic of Congo

    Discussing forest governance with parliamentarians in Republic of Congo

    Parliamentarians from the Republic of Congo met with members of Congolese civil society and ClientEarth at the Ministry of Justice in February for a roundtable discussion on forest conversion and community forestry.

  • congo community forest

    Using forest law to defend community rights in the Republic of Congo

    We’re working with civil society in the Republic of Congo to strengthen draft forest laws to protect local communities’ rights.

  • congo trees

    First newsletter on forest governance in the Republic of Congo

    Civil society in the Republic of Congo has published its first newsletter promoting its work on sustainable forest governance.

  • Republic of Congo, Brazaville city

    Our work in the Republic of Congo

    Current rates of deforestation are relatively low, but selective logging and the conversion of forested areas to other uses threaten to increase those rates, bringing risks of long-term damage to people and ecosystems.

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    Republic of Congo team

  • Nathalie Faure

  • Clotilde Henriot

  • Gady Inès Mvoukani

  • Michael Mwanaikemba

    Michael Mwanaikemba

  • Alfred Nkodia

  • Yulia Stange

  • Tanja Venisnik, Lawyer - Climate and Forests, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Tanja Venisnik

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