INDONESIA: Kalimantan Tengah, Part 1

By Heiko Bleher

As one of the global biodiversity hotspots and the third-largest island in the world, Borneo continues to be somewhat of an enigma in the conservation literature and practice. Despite years of research, significant uncertainty remains about the relative contribution of different threats to the species diversity of this Southeast Asian island. An example of this is the recent discussion in the Indonesian media about how much forest is actually left on the island…

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