How Logging Is Affecting the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Photo by Ashley Gilbertson / VII for The New York Times. A raft of logs is prepared for a trip down the Congo River.

Dionne Searcey, a climate reporter at The New York Times, and VII photographer Ashley Gilbertson traveled 500 miles along the Congo River and its tributaries to explore the forces driving deforestation.