Between 1990 and 2010, Burundi lost 40.5% of its forest cover, or around 117,000 hectares. Illegal tree cutting for charcoal production has been the primary cause, and charcoal burning has become big business in a country that depends on this inexpensive fuel source for cooking. But the long-term consequences of deforestation can be dire. This film explores the delicate balance between physical survival, economic development and environmental stewardship.

2018 | 4 seasons

GIVING NATURE A VOICE

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