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Forest rangers and technicians prepare land for reforestation in the forest of Tene near Oumé, Ivory Coast.
Photographer: Issouf Sanogo/AFP/Getty Images
The world’s top cocoa producer wants the private sector to invest in a $1.5 billion plan to restore degraded forests and increase food production.
The Abidjan Initiative, a five-year plan, fits into a longer strategy to mitigate the impact of climate change on Ivory Coast’s natural and agricultural resources, according to the government.