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Indonesia agrees to curb commercial deforestation

Indonesia will not clear natural forests for two years under the U.N.-backed effort “Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation.” or REDD, in which rich countries pay to preserve forests in developing ones. Skepticism abounds that Indonesia will meet its goals, but it says it will.

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