This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP
This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP
Africa

That bitter flavour in your chocolate bar? It’s the taste of African deforestation and wildlife endangerment

Topic |   Africa
This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP
This photograph taken on March 6, shows workers at a cocoa sorting centre in Sobre, Ivory Coast The chocolate industry is indirectly driving massive and illegal deforestation in Ivory Coast, fuelling a catastrophic decline in wildlife, a green group say. Photo: AFP
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