Sustainable Forestry in Papua New Guinea? It is difficult — part 2

March 2013
CFA Newsletter;Mar2013, Issue 60, p9
The article focuses on the role of sustainable forestry in providing income for remote village communities and government revenues in Papua New Guinea (PNG). It highlights the PNG Liquefied Natural Gas Project which exports natural gas reserves from the Southern Highlands of the country. It indicates that logging companies have gain Special Agriculture and Business Leases (SABLs) that allow forest to be cleared under the condition that the land is converted to productive agriculture.


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