Forests for people or people for forests: Notes from Papua


Freddy Pattiselanno & Agustina Arobaya (Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari).   Indonesia’s Papua and West Papua provinces on New Guinea encompass 404,600 km or approximately 42 million hectares (Baplan 2002) of which 80% is tropical forest. The term of “Papua” on its own, is used to represent both the provinces of Papua and West Papua. It … Continue reading Forests for people or people for forests: Notes from Papua