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With the advent of climate change, the relationship between forest conservation and poverty has become more complex. Nicaragua dubbed as the poorest in Central America with a GDP of $ 4.6B in 2006 is both an illustration of irony and reality.
Nicaragua is located in the center of the Meso-American Biological Corridor, classified worldwide as a region of mega-diversity.It is the largest country in Central America with land area of 130,000 km2 (Larson, 2006) covering some of the most extensive rain forests in Central America...
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