‘Deep, recurrent structural problems’ lie behind climate challenges

BOGOR, Indonesia — We must continuously adapt our institutions to deal with accelerated social and environmental change if we are to make real progress in protecting forests and achieving sustainability, says Eduardo Brondízio, Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. “Our efforts to reconcile development and conservation in forest regions currently rest on unsustainable grounds,” Brondízio said... Read more

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