Forest ecosystem valuation study: Indonesia

Forest ecosystem valuation study: Indonesia Further degradation of Indonesia's forests could impact the national economy and the lives of millions, according to a new UN study titled "Forest Ecosystem Valuation Study: Indonesia". The report finds that an additional US $600 million annually is needed to maintain Indonesian current forest cover and enable forests to deliver critical ecosystem services to the Indonesian economy - with REDD+ acting as a catalyst for the rehabilitation of forest and forest ecosystem services. The study provides a valuation of the multiple benefits provided by forests in Indonesia.

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