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How to manage tropical forests more sustainably: the case of Indonesia



How to manage tropical forests more sustainably: the case of Indonesia



Intereconomics 29(4): 184-193



Although there is a rationale for a more conservative management of the remaining tropical forests, policy makers in the tropical countries tend to be reluctant to implement appropriate policy measures, because they fear the short-term economic costs of environmental protection. The current policy framework in Indonesia is described.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02926437



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