Governing tropical deforestation from beyond the tropics? Limitations and possibilities
International trade connects environmental problems in a given location to consumption patterns elsewhere. Relatively few of these connections, however, have prompted 'downstream' actors - located at the consumption end of supply chains - to respond to the upstream environmental problems in which they are implicated. Contemporary tropical deforestation, a problem substantially driven by production of beef, palm oil, timber and soya, provides a prominent exception. In the last two decades,...[Show more]
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