Romania's disappearing forest
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The Romanian forest that's disappearing

Cerna Valley National Park in Romania is home to one of Europe's last great beech forests.

But over half is unprotected by Unesco, and is currently facing extreme deforestation.

Environmentalist group Agent Green have been investigating the logging practices in the forest.

Report by Nick Thorpe

  • 29 Nov 2018
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