Kenya: Jatropha: an Italian company and the forest of Dakatcha

Rainforest News: Dakatcha is located in southeastern Kenya and it hosts tropical dry forests, grasslands and farmlands. The region is rich of biodiversity, and it represent a corridor for elephant. Besides the Golden-rumped Elephant Shrew, in the area live 11 other endangered species live in the forest area. In addition, the Dakatcha forest home to many rare bird species. For this reason, Dakatcha was declared in 2001as "Important Bird Area". Dakatcha is also home to more than 20,000 indigenous peasants of the......

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