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“More wood was extracted from Borneo between 1985 and 2000 than Africa and the Amazon combined” - Lisa Curran, Stanford Woods Institute for the environment. This statement is a testament to the degree of logging in Borneo over the past few decades. The island has seen some of the most intensive logging ever recorded in a tropical forest with extraction sometimes exceeding 240 cubic meters per hectare.
“More wood was extracted from Borneo between 1985 and 2000 than Africa and the Amazon combined” - Lisa Curran, Stanford Woods Institute for the environment. 
This statement is a testament to the degree of logging in Borneo over the past few decades. The island has seen some of the most intensive logging ever recorded in a tropical forest with extraction sometimes exceeding 240 cubic meters per hectare.


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