There are still plenty of leeches in Oil Palm plantations.
Unfortunately I think that a good part of the $200 Million will be
devoured by the 2 legged species of leech which are extremely common
in that region.
On 29/03/2007, at 5:17 PM, L&L Knight wrote:
The following recently published items deal with the destruction of
tropical rainforests - apparently UNEP has projected that 98% of
Indonesian and Malaysian rainforests will be cleared by 2022.
Perhaps that may reduce the leach problem referred to in recent posts.
On Thursday, March 29, 2007, at 05:52 PM, michael hunter wrote:
I strongly oppose woodchipping, but it does differ from the
clearfelling and burning that goes on in Malaysia and Indonesia, with
resulting gigantic CO2 emissions, and replaced with Oil Palms which
miniscule CO2 uptake.
In Tasmania, the trees are used for papermaking, and are
native forest or plantation timber, which take up CO2 and in theory
it after the paper endproduct breaks down.
The problem with all these great schemes is that they are very
detail, like how much of the money goes to its intended purpose and
is sidetracked by corruption and bureaurocracy.
50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge
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