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Liberia signs 'transformational' deal to stem deforestation
by Matt McGrath, Environment correspondent
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23 September 2014
On 23 September 2014 BBC News reported:
Liberia is to become the first nation in Africa to completely stop cutting down its trees in return for development aid. Norway will pay the impoverished West African country $150m (£91.4m) to stop deforestation by 2020. 'We hope Liberia will be able to cut emissions and reduce poverty at the same time,' said Jens Frolich Holte, a political adviser to the Norwegian government, speaking to the BBC on the sidelines of the UN climate summit in New York.
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