Link Between Poverty & Deforestation in Indonesia

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Former Greenpeace co-founder, Dr. Patrick Moore leads a team to Indonesia to evaluate the sustainability practices of Asia Pulp & Paper, one of the world's largest paper companies, based in Indonesia. Dr. Moore uncovers several misconceptions about Indonesian forestry and concludes deforestation is not taking place on plantations. Instead, it can be found deep in the forests, where poor Indonesians try to make a living to feed their families, using what they see as the only resources available to them. Dr. Moore discusses practical solutions to deforestation by creating economic opportunities for the world's poor -- particularly in countries like Indonesia, which are rich in natural forest areas. To read the Greenspirit Strategies report in full please visit: http://www.scribd.com/asiapulppaper.

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