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Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall... [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall..... [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall....... [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall......... [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall........... [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall............. [Continue]

Stopping the rot in logging industryTags: indonesia, awareness, governance & corruption, politics, politicians, government, industry

With world leaders ready to nut out Kyoto's successor, corruption in Indonesian forestry is a huge challenge.

Lashed together four abreast, a raft of illegal logs seems to take forever to snake down a winding, peat-stained stream in Borneo. More than 100 metres wide and guided with a pole by a sullen logger, it drifts through a tropical peat forest, past ramshackle logging camps, the silence broken by a distant chainsaw buzz and occasional tree fall............... [Continue]