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The World Rainforest Movement reports that every year 330,000 hectares of forest in Indonesia are targeted for conversion into new plantations.
Other groups involved in these meetings are The Corner House (UK), World Rainforest Movement (Uruguay), Carbon Trade Watch Transnational Institute (Netherlands), CDM Watch (Australia), Dag Hammarskjold Foundation (Sweden), Indigenous Environmental Network (Americas), Sinks Watch (UK), the Timberwatch Coalition (South Africa) and more.
AN EXPERT UN PANEL on climate change is guilty of "intellectual corruption" for telling diplomats that it is scientifically legitimate to use tree-planting as a substitute for cuts in fossil fuel use, charges the World Rainforest Movement, an international nongovernmental network that works to protect forests and forest inhabitants' rights.
The World Rainforest Movement (WRM) says that many of the authors and editors of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's "Special Report on Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry" (LULUCF) -- unveiled in June before international climate negotiators -- were businesspeople in a position to profit financially from the tree-planting schemes likely to follow in the report's wake.
"It's unimaginable how much money is there, while we have nothing." A recent investigation by the Penang, Malaysia-based World Rainforest Movement also found that MUSA was illegally logging experimental reserves, tearing apart forests where Dutch foresters had begun meticulous studies of forest regeneration in the 1970s.
Marcus Colchester is the director of the World Rainforest Movement of the Penang, Malaysia-based Forest Peoples Program.
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