Prince Charles joins RI forest conservation drive
Adianto P. Simamora and Jon Afrizal
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The heir to the British throne Prince Charles joined forest conservationists in restoring the ailing forest and ecosystem in Jambi province Sunday. During his 90-minute visit, the Prince of Wales planted a Billian tree (eusideroxylon zwageri, also known as Borneo ironwood), a critically endangered endemic tree species. Charles, accompanied by Forestry Minister Malam Sambat Kaban, had to walk...
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