- make the government do what they should do! but i don't know why the demo like didn't work at all.
- aware the people about the worth of rain forest, the ecosystem inside, and what will happen in the future.
- raise your children with the loving of environment and the assertiveness on keeping it.
Since 1980, the Indonesian government has used various methods to discorage the export of unprocessed logs, and since 1979, of raw rattan too, with semi-finished rattan exports prohibited since 1988. it has been encouraging, instead, value added domestic processing and finished-good industries. In late 1989, such high taxes were imposed on sawn-wood exports that this trade, too, is expected to phase itself out. The hope is that such measures will ensure the benefits of forest produce earnings and factory employment may at least flow more directly to the people of Indonesia itself.
Thus, Indonesia’s forests are important not only to the republic itself, but also to the world as a whole. Apart from their possible impact on world climate and the notorious greenhouse effect, they also represent a storehouse of genetic stock which may be needed at any time to strengthen cultivated strains or domesticated species elsewhere in the world.