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Norway accused of hypocrisy over Indonesian deforestation funding | guardian.co.uk

Norway has been accused of climate hypocrisy in Indonesia, where it has won plaudits for financing forest protection even as its state pension fund allegedly secures even greater revenues from logging, plantations, mining and other environmentally destructive practices.

Conservation groups say Norway’s sovereign wealth fund – thought to be the largest in the world – should set a better example of ethical investment in a country that is experiencing some of the world’s worst deforestation problems.

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