An in-depth exploration of the rain forest problem in Malaysia, one of the world's most biologically diverse regions. It looks at four closely related themes: first, it describes the country's forests and their flora and fauna; secondly, it looks at the processes and policies by which human activity has altered these forests; thirdly, the environmental, biological and cultural consequences of these changes are studied; finally, the steps taken and needed to halt the destruction and bring about sustainable management of Malaysia's resources are discussed.
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