Indonesia’s rainforests are the third largest in the world, but they also rank amongst the most endangered. Approximately half of all Indonesian forests have been destroyed or degraded in the last 50 years and the destruction continues. This fact sheet looks at the economic and social impacts of illegal logging in Indonesia.
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