Web of mistrust snags forest-protection programs in Cambodia

BOGOR, Indonesia — Fry a tarantula, save the rainforest? Forest-based goods such as bamboo, rattan, and yes, edible spiders — a delicacy in Cambodia — can provide an incentive to protect tropical forests in the Southeast Asian country. But formalized programs to promote sustainable trade in such products while boosting local people’s incomes have left... Read more

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