Corruption, Deforestation and Environmental Injustice: The Case of Indonesia
Deforestation is one of the greatest global environmental and development challenges. As forests are cut down, vital long-term ecological, cultural and economic services are affected, including biodiversity and the climate. For communities in forested areas, the promised benefits often fail to materialise and they are left with loss of access to traditional lands and degraded natural environments. Widespread corruption in the forest sector is often thought to have contributed not only to...[Show more]
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