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UNODC-CIFOR, Lessons for REDD+ from measures to control illegal logging in Indonesia, 2011; Chatman House, Illegal Logging and Related Trade Indicators of the Global Response, 2010.
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Plantation in Indonesia: a new frontier in black wood laundering?
Much of the logging in Indonesia, takes place in association with the establishment of palm oil or other plantations. As the forest is cleared for plantations, it is common practic to cut beyond the plantation area, or to get a permit for a larger area than initially planted.