Timothy Randhir, 2018 PEP Fellow, has additional coverage on his research about how oil palm plantations are driving massive downstream impact to the watershed

There is additional coverage of new research by Timothy Randhir, environmental conservation, and former graduate student Briantama Asmara, which assessed the harmful impacts of oil palm plantations on water in West Papua, New Guinea.
Read more here and here

 

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