Zambian forests face 'indiscriminate deforestation'


Forests in Zambia are under threat as people depend on wood for fuel and timber to make a living.

The government is trying to protect forests but environmentalists fear it might be too little too late.

The BBC's Mutuna Chanda reports.

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