How Ethiopia’s churches are reviving forests and restoring biodiversity

During Ethiopia’s bout of communism in the 1970s and 1980s, the government nationalized the land and converted much of it for agriculture, leaving only 5% of the country’s forests—a 45% decrease from the beginning of the century. Continue Reading…
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