Published: Thu, Dec 29, 2005
Type: Publication

Biodiversity is the life support system of the planet and nowhere is it more important than Brazil. The forestry sector in Brazil accounts for five per cent of GDP and 10 per cent of the nation’s exports, a central part of both local and national economies. Yet how can forests be managed in an economically, environmentally and socially viable way?

2005, 6 pages

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