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date: 17 July 2019

Reforestation and Afforestation (Southeast Asia)  

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Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
Author(s):
J. David NEIDELJ. David NEIDEL

Reforestation and afforestation efforts in Southeast Asia have relied on the use of a small number of non-native tree species, often planted as monocultures, with little participation by local communities. The situation is changing, however, as regional institutions have developed more ecologically and socially sustainable approaches to restore forest cover, and market-based funding mechanisms are beginning to finance these efforts in the region. ...

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