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  • 'Sacred forests' in West Africa capture carbon and keep soil healthy
    In parts of West Africa, patches of forest have been preserved for long periods of time because of their cultural or religious significance. These "sacred forests" are believed to be inhabited and protected by gods, totem animals or ancestors. Local communities have their own rules prohibiting reckless harvesting of timber and game, which have protected the sacred forests over many generations. By Michele Francis
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    WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff joining forces in Africa

    WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff have announced their new Managing Director in Africa for the newly formed company, following WSP's acquisition of Parsons Brinckerhoff last year. The company will be led by Mathieu du Plooy, who took over the role of managing director for WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff, Africa from 1 March 2015

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