Quality data for forest management
Almo Pradana and Dewi Tresya
PREMIUM This year’s World Environment Day on June 5 adopted the theme of “Connecting People to Nature,” which highlights the importance of forest management to support people’s livelihoods. Millions of Indonesians are heavily dependent on forests for food, clean water, income and energy, which makes sustainable forest management an important task. For energy, especially, forests...
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