Forests cover 30% of the dry land on the planet and are a fundamental absorber of carbon from the atmosphere.
Senegal, Mouhamadou Makhtar Cissé speaks: "Countering the use of coal and wood as energy sources is central to our efforts".
The Luangwa Community Forests Project aims to protect the region's threatened biodiversity and the precious natural habitats.
Planting trees can play a huge role in limiting the impact of climate change, thanks to their capacity to absorb CO₂.
Eni has become an active member of the governance of the forest conservation REDD+ Luangwa Community Forests Project (LCFP) in Zambia
A new milestone for education in the Chikwasha and Mbilisao communities.