China's Insatiable Demand For Timber Destroys Cambodia's Forests

By Michael Sullivan

January 30, 2013

Cambodia's forests are being destroyed at a dizzying pace, with much of the wood destined for China. Much of the logging is carried out illegally — and people who get in the way of the loggers face violence and in some cases death.

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