Why Paraguay Can Be a “Beacon State” for Forest Management

ASUNCION, Paraguay, Feb 14 (IPS) – Achim Steiner is Administrator, UN Development Programme (UNDP), Inger Andersen is Executive Director, UN Environnent Programme (UNEP) & Qu Dongyu is Director-General, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)Imagine a forest that covered half of your entire country. A biodiverse forest which supports thousands of species from giant anteaters to armadillos to jaguars. A forest that is home to one the world’s last uncontacted tribes.1

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