Prince Charles against deforestation

Prince Charles of Great Britain met Monday with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia and presented his ideas for saving the rain forest.

Developed countries should provide aid fund to protect forests worldwide so that countries continue to develop economically but without cutting forests.

Prince Charles of Britain has visited Southeast Asia for the first time in two decades.


Source www.terradaily.com

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