Indonesian forestry sector failing 'green growth' goals - report

By Erin Berger | Fri, 26 Jul 2013 07:45 AM
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LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indonesia’s forestry sector suffers from serious mismanagement and the situation has only worsened in the past few years, costing the government over $7 billion since 2007, researchers at Human Rights Watch (HRW) say in a new report.

These failures are already harming the environment and human rights, and call into question the outlook for Indonesia’s &ldquo...

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