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The Forbidden forests of the Dayak, Borneo, Indonesia

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Uploaded on May 28, 2009

Deep in the remaining old growth forests of Borneo, the Setulang Dayak village guards its forest with deep commitment. To date, the village's traditional law of Tana Olen (forbidden forest), withstands increasing pressure from encroaching logging industries. Now as rapid development rolls in, the village is trying to secure sustainable and forest-friendly future, including a eco-tourism venture and carbon credits.

To see other stories in the UNU's Indigenous Perspectives of Climate change videobrief series:

ourworld.unu.edu
unutki.org/news.php?news_id=51&doc_i­d=7

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