Certification incentives for reducing illegal logging in Brazil may miss their mark

  BOGOR, Indonesia—In Brazil’s Amazon forest, incentives such as certification of timber products are less effective than fines and other sanctions aimed at curbing illegal logging and clearing of forests, according to a new study. “Certification and other incentives for legal timber operations tend to work better when they involve value chains that are well... Read more

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