Malaysia uses satellite to fight illegal logging: report

December 28th, 2008 in Earth / Environment
Malaysia is zooming in on forests with a satellite in order to fight illegal logging
A Rainbow forms over the Ulu Baram rainforest in eastern Malaysia. The country is zooming in on forests with a satellite in order to fight illegal logging which its government says is harming the major timber exporting country.


A Rainbow forms over the Ulu Baram rainforest in eastern Malaysia. The country is zooming in on forests with a satellite in order to fight illegal logging which its government says is harming the major timber exporting country.

Malaysia is zooming in on forests with a satellite in order to fight illegal logging which its government says is harming the major timber exporting country, a report said Sunday.



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