Bureaucratic reform plays a part in reducing deforestation in Indonesia

“Good bureaucracy should protect environment, bad destroys environment”

Without an effective government, and without combating corruption and mismanagement of land while also protecting local communities, there is no way which we can hope that deforestation in Indonesia will decrease. Rhett A. Butler writes an interesting piece on bureaucratic reform and it’s role in a country with one of the worst deforestation rates in the world, read the full article at:



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