Clearing Indonesia: is there hope for the world's biggest logger?
Laurance, Bill (2011) Clearing Indonesia: is there hope for the world's biggest logger? The Conversation, 3601 . pp. 1-4.
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What comes to mind when you think of Indonesia? For biologists like myself, Australia's northern neighbour provokes visions of ancient rainforests being razed by slash-and-burn farmers, and endangered tigers and orangutans fleeing from growling bulldozers. This reality is true, but there is also hope…
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