By BFM, the business station, Malaysia
Sarawak, has long been one of the six world regions with the highest biodiversity. But Sarawak's primary forest area is fast dwindling, and a new book by the director of the Bruno Manser Fund, Lukas Straumann, has documented the destruction of these biodiverse areas, and the criminal network that has profited from it's illegal timber sales and corruption. Lukas discusses his research and findings that he has documented in the book, "Money Logging: On The Trail of the Asian Timber Mafia."
Hear the live interview with Lukas Straumann as broadcast by BFM radio.
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