Green economy becomes more concrete in Sumatra
Tertiani ZB Simanjuntak
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM A poster provides information about the Rimba corridor. Courtesy of WWF IndonesiaThere is an urgent need to stop deforestation in Sumatra.Plagued with illegal logging, forest fires, the uncontrolled development of plantations and mining sites, as well as human settlement, forested areas on the island of Sumatra have been in rapid decline, shrinking to 10.5 million hectares as of last year from 15....
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