A critical year for REDD in Indonesia
Fitrian Ardiansyah and Aditya Bayunanda
PREMIUM The new year has begun and the need to deal with environmental degradation, including deforestation, have become more pressing than before, yet the challenges are greater than ever. For a few decades, Indonesia has paid a high price in terms of economic, environmental and social costs as well as negative reputation for the continued obscurity of policies to curb deforestation and a less than encou...
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