Experts: Stable governance, trade frameworks needed to tip Asia toward green economy

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Despite preventive measures, complex laws and policies governing forest resources in Asia are often undermined by corrupt and illegal activities that hinder attempts to develop a “greener” economy in the region, experts said at a recent conference. Improved checks and balances would lead to greater transparency, enabling the development of a low-carbon,... Read moreThis article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.