Logging Concessions Enable Illegal Logging Crisis in the Peruvian Amazon

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Matt Finer; Clinton N. Jenkins; Melissa A. Blue Sky; Justin Pine;

The Peruvian Amazon is an important arena in global efforts to promote sustainable logging in the tropics. Despite recent efforts to achieve sustainability, such as provisions in the US–Peru Trade Promotion Agreement, illegal logging continues to plague the region. We p... View more
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