Mind the ‘stick’: How ‘carrots’ can make conservation fairer in Brazil’s Amazon

  BOGOR, Indonesia—In the world of forest law enforcement, it was hailed as a historic breakthrough. Brazil’s arrest in February of Ezequiel Antonio Castanha, accused of leading a forest-clearing syndicate from the Amazonian city of Novo Progresso, could signal a renewed crackdown on deforestation, which despite major reductions in the past decade has risen of... Read more

This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.