‘Boom’ and gloom: Forest-based wildlife feel brunt of Asia’s appetite for meat, medicine

  BOGOR, Indonesia—It’s one of the dark sides of the Asian economic boom. Growing demand for wild meat and traditional medicine among Asia’s burgeoning urban middle class represents a grave threat to forest-based wildlife in the region and beyond, according to a new scientific review. The authors of the review, published by the Center for... Read more

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