A new highway is a sign of development and increased connectivity in a once-isolated region of Southwest China. In the background: Karst formations typical of the landscape in Guizhou and Guangxi provinces in Southwest China. Due to their steepness and inaccessibility, karsts are natural repositories of native biodiversity.
Photo by Louis Putzel/CIFOR
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