The impact of research on policy and practice in Indonesia’s pulp and paper sector.

Abstract

This case study describes CIFOR-led research investigating the pulp and paper sector in Indonesia which has contributed to policy reform, the acceleration of plantation development, and the saving of more than 100,000 hectares of the world’s most environmentally important tropical rainforest, with hundreds of millions of dollars in attendant benefits.

Citation

WRENmedia Impact Brief, WRENmedia, Eye, UK, 6 pp.

The impact of research on policy and practice in Indonesia’s pulp and paper sector.

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