The Cathedral Forest

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In Gabon, Africa, the Minkebe Conservation Project team is dedicated to the preservation of a vast forest of 32 000 km2 which holds the largest population of forest elephants in the world. This forest is undergoing many threats: logging, mining, bush meat hunting and the poaching of elephants for ivory. "The Cathedral Forest" is a call to the citizens of the world to help WWF Gabon in its efforts to preserve the Minkebe forest.

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Director(s): Patrick Rouxel
Production: Tawak Pictures, WWF
Music: Frédéric Sanchez del Rio
 
Year: 2007
Duration: 45 min
Language (audio): French, English
Country of origin: France
Shooting Locations: Gabon
 

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Main topic(s): Natural Resources & Mining
Secondary topics: africa forest
Mentions: ivory deforestation elephant Gabon WWF Rouxel logging poaching
Topic Page(s): Entwaldung

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