John terborgh tropical ecologist at duke university

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John Terborgh, tropical ecologist at Duke University, asserts that in order to save tropical forests, citizens of industrial nations are going to have to pay developing countries. Do you agree? What are some ways that this might be done?
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year ($ or other) ng in the first year $175 $875 $1,75 $460 $2,300 $4,60 he cleared land $935 $4,675 $9,35 $1,570 $7,850 $15,70 e timber species and non-timber resources, then establish a forest plantation for pulp and collect carbon sequestration royalties for growin are forest plot Value per hectare per year ($ or other) Value for the entire 5-ha plot per year Value for the e $175 $875 es $422 $2,110 $525 (average/yr) $2,625 $2,000 $10,000 $3,122 $15,610 st st, sell rights for limited bioprospecting, establish ecotourism, secure external (international funding from donors) for preservation of speci are forest plot Value per hectare per year ($ or other) Value for the entire 5-ha plot per year Value for the e azil nuts, rubber, $422 $2,110 s) $21 $105 $110-230 $550-1,150 $ NA $1,500
$1,000-2,000 $5,000-10,000 $1 $1,553-2,673 $9,265-14,865 $1

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