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Cash payments prompt tropical forest users to harvest less

20:00 EDT 13 Mar 2018 | AAAS

(University of Colorado at Boulder) An experiment conducted with 1,200 villagers in five developing countries found that when people are given cash to conserve, they cut down fewer trees both while they are being paid and after payments cease.

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