Report: Forestry policy is working

James Murray
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But experts warn countries are still a long way from achieving sustainable management of tropical forests

There has been a dramatic decline in illegal logging in tropical forest nations over the last decade, according to a major new report from the Chatham House think tank that reveals improvements in forestry...

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