Industries will continue to come into conflict with traditional rural societies, and increasingly urban people will suffering a deteriorating environment. Alternatives to deforestation can be made more profitable by increasing the profitability of maintaining forests and increasing the opportunity costs of labour and capital. This has even led to logging bans in the latter two countries 7 and severe local restrictions in most 8 , in order to protect highly-valued but non-monetary benefits from retaining forests in catchments. This is not true of all commercial forest interests and certainly not of the reputable forestry companies that do manage and protect the forests under their control. Throughout Asia, the success of community forestry strategies in stabilising the region's forest resources will probably rest on synchronising national strategies with grassroots community efforts. It is difficult to assemble comprehensive evidence of the importance of forest products to rural people in Asia-Pacific.
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