Best of 2014: In Peru, isn’t it good (illegal) wood

  BOGOR, Indonesia—The forest has long been seen as a “safety net” for farmers, who can grow trees in agricultural fallows as a sort of “living bank account.” But what if trying to collect from that account is illegal? This is what has happened in the Peruvian Amazon, where the law allows farmers to cut... Read more

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