How do different land-use policies interact? New study seeks to find out

  BOGOR, Indonesia — Call it a “policymaker’s cookbook.” A group of international experts from academia, research institutions and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has developed a typology to analyze the policy “ecosystem” for different land-management tools. “Our goal is to understand what combinations of actions by citizens, consumers, NGOs, corporations and governments are best suited to... Read more

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