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Forest protection and economic development by offshoring wood extraction: Bhutan’s clean development path

Bibliographic reference Jadin, Isaline ; Meyfroidt, Patrick ; Lambin, Eric F.. Forest protection and economic development by offshoring wood extraction: Bhutan’s clean development path. In: Regional Environmental Change : natural and social aspects, Vol. ?, no.?, p. ? (2015)
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