Indonesia’s Protected Areas Are Failing

A pink and red ginger flower found in the protected area of Gunung Leuser National Park. Photo by Rhett A. Butler / Mongabay.

A pink and red ginger flower found in the protected area of Gunung Leuser National Park. Photo by Rhett A. Butler / Mongabay.

A new study by Singapore University has confirmed the government of Indonesia it is not doing their job well. Apparently, all the biodiversity protected areas are still suffering from deforestation. Fact, which it is not only problematic for the preservation of species, if not, it also contributes to increase the greenhouse effect on the planet. You can read more about this bad news here.

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