During the last 40 years the rainforest of Africa's Congo Basin has been devastated by illegal logging and poaching. But pressure from countries that import lumber has led some of the region's biggest logging companies to look at the environmental impacts of their business and make changes. Cameroon has some of Africa's toughest logging regulations and is training the region's first forest guardians. Eric Whitney reports from Cameroon.
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