Global Journal of Agricultural Economics and Econometrics

H. H Das

Agricultural Department, University of South Africa, University of South Africa, South Africa


  • Commentary   
    The Shadiness behind the loss of forestry
    Author(s): H. H Das*

    As much as 80% of the world's forests have been destroyed or irreparably degraded. Our ancient forests are looted every day to supply cheap timber and wood products to the world. The price for this destruction is escalating climate change, biodiversity loss and community displacement. Indonesia has lost 72% of its ancient forest, Papua New Guinea 60% and the Solomon Islands are predicted to lose all of them by 2014. Back in our region, we are part of the problem... Read More»

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