Southeast Asia Is Undervaluing Its Forestsi
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    June 25, 2013 12:30 AM
    Nations on the lower Mekong River could lose one third of their forests in the next 20 years. Experts say nations in the area consider agriculture and raw materials, but not other ways that forests create value.

    Southeast Asia Is Undervaluing Its Forests

    Published June 25, 2013

    Nations on the lower Mekong River could lose one third of their forests in the next 20 years. Experts say nations in the area consider agriculture and raw materials, but not other ways that forests create value.


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