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Deforestation and forest reconstruction in Indonesia: landscape transformation and change in social and political patterns



Deforestation and forest reconstruction in Indonesia: landscape transformation and change in social and political patterns



Bois et Forets des Tropiques (278): 65-75



Forests in Indonesia are an essential feature of the landscape and are at the root of changing economic, social and political patterns in the country. Conflicts over forest use between local communities and government-supported social groups have played a major part in the way forests have evolved. For several decades, opposition between these two categories has been an important factor in forest destruction.

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