KUALA LUMPUR – A new green fund being set up by Indonesia should prioritize protecting its rainforests and creating a carbon trading program to help the country meet its goals to curb climate change, environmentalists and officials said.
Indonesia’s Environment Ministry last week launched an agency to manage funds to repair environmental damage and educate communities to prevent further harm.
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