“Love for sale”: biodiversity banking and the struggle to commodify nature in Sabah, Malaysia

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Brock, Andrea;

In Malaysia, second largest palm oil producer worldwide, logging companies, palm oil corporations, and even responsible citizens can now compensate their biodiversity impacts by purchasing Biodiversity Conservation Certificates in an emerging new biodiversity market: th... View more
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