A study has suggested that current tropical wood practices are not sustainable and nations should consider the implications of peak timber. The scientists used logging on the Solomon Islands as an example because it was, in some respects, a microcosm of the challenges in front of sustainable woodland administration in the tropics.
In 2010, a joint World Bank and Interpol project called Chainsaw produced a report that highlighted the well-known nature of the trouble. It went on to say that Interpol expected that an area of forests correspondent in size to the territory of Austria vanished worldwide every year as the effect of illegal classification. Prof Laurence and the team said that the Redd concept could be an boulevard that offered some hope in the expectations.