The teenagers saving Madagascar's forest
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The teenagers saving Madagascar's forest

With an agreement to protect the planet’s biodiversity being drawn up in Paris next week, the BBC's Victoria Gill met young farmers in Madagascar who live at the front line of the tension between humans and the natural world.

They're learning new skills to farm sustainably so that Madagascar doesn't lose any more of its forest.

  • 03 May 2019
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