The Threat of Indonesia’s Palm Oil Rush

Jakarta Globe: For those not familiar with images of a tropical forest being depleted, it is difficult to imagine the level of desperation faced by indigenous populations who have retained their customary rights to live and depend on the forest’s environment according to their traditional ways. Many of these people of the forest live by traditional hunting and gathering, relying on their environmental knowledge to secure food resources. Yet among these ancient tropical forests, many do not resemble what they......

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