In the last twenty to thirty years the coastal regions of Kenya have seen a large population increase. More people means that more houses are required, and so villages and towns in this area have grown, creating a pressure for building materials. These materials include wooden poles and timber, which are sourced locally, from both inside the Araboko-Sokoke and the surrounding area. The collection of these building materials constitutes the majority of illegal cutting, which David observes in the forest
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