Curb on forest use may cost Indonesia 3.5m new jobs a year
Rangga D. Fadillah
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Moratorium now!: Environmental activists stage a demonstration outside the office of the Coordinating Minister for the Economy in Jakarta on Thursday, demanding that the government do more to halt deforestation and protect the environment and the people who depended on forests.Antara/Fanny Octavianus International aid programs intended to curb the expansion of forest-related industries in Indones...
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