Guest Speaker: Moratorium on natural forests, peat not prompted by Oslo grant: Forestry Minister
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The governments of Indonesia and Norway signed recently a US$1 billion partnership to cut Indonesian emissions from deforestation and forest degradation to resist climate change. Indonesia, the world’s third-largest forest nation with 120 million hectares, pledged a two-year suspension on issuing new permits to convert natural forests or peatlands. Forestry Minister Zulkifli Hasan spoke with the...
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