More than 1 million acres of New Guinea forest cut from Indonesia’s forest moratorium

More than 400,000 hectares (1 million acres) of land – including 350,000 hectares of peatland – in Indonesian New Guinea lost their protected status during a November 2011 revision of Indonesia’s moratorium on new forest concessions, reports a new analysis by Greenomics-Indonesia, a Jakarta-based NGO.

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More than 1 million acres of New Guinea forest cut from Indonesia’s forest moratorium

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