Kenyan Youths Renounce Crime to Protect Forests

Groups of reformed youths in Kenya are taking on the task of protecting their environment. The young adults, whose previous activies were a source of community tension, now report suspicious logging to village authorities in hopes of increasing Kenya's forrest cover from 7% to 10% by 2030. These youth came about this task through the Muiru Youth Reform Group, which allows them to plant seedlings in forrested areas in return for reporting suspicious activity to local governments.