Brazil, Indonesia, DR Congo launch rainforest alliance

November 14, 2022 08:45 PM AEDT | By Reuters
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NUSA DUA, Indonesia, Nov 14 (Reuters) - The world’s three largest rainforest nations Brazil, Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of Congo formally agreed on Monday to launch a partnership to cooperate on forest preservation, according to a joint statement.

Reuters reported in August that Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, recently elected as Brazil’s president, would seek a partnership with the other two nations to pressure rich nations to finance forest conservation. (Reporting by Stanley Widianto, writing by Jake Spring in Sharm el-Sheikh, editing by William James)


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