The price of carbon credits must rise drastically if they are to help protect Southeast Asia’s tropical forests against rubber plantation expansion, according to researchers.
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Apr 21, 2009 (DVB), Fertile farmland is being confiscated by the government and converted to army barracks, outposts and training sites as Burma's military increases in size, says a report[…]
Apr 11, 2009 (DVB), China's insatiable hunger for rubber has led to land confiscation and forced labour in eastern Burma as the ruling junta look to increase exports to its[…]
Dec 15, 2008 (DVB)-Kachin villagers destroyed a Chinese-owned rubber plantation near Washawng and Nam Wa villages on 7 December because they were angry that it had been built on land[…]