Indonesia’s for-profit conservationists
Running alongside the eastern border of Kalimantan’s Tanjung Puting National Park is a broad expanse of oil palm plantation.
The tropical rainforest teeming with various tree species and swinging orangutans would jut up against the endless rows of mono-cultured oil palms if not for a 91,000-hectare swath of privately owned land separating the park and plantation.
This land too ha...
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