Exchanging forests with degraded lands: a challenge for Indonesia

It's being touted as a way to reduce deforestation in Indonesia: Give investors -- who have already been issued permits to convert forests and peatlands into plantations -- degraded land instead. Still, the country has a long way to go before this is possible, including figuring out what incentives are needed to make these land swaps a reality.This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.