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Old 12-22-2010, 08:31 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by ButterflyLinda View Post
I would think the drug cartels would be a big danger. Eco tourism helps in some ways and if people are afraid to go down there, economic problems will only get worse for the local people of that region. And I wonder...couldn't people interested in saving the Monarchs contribute money to help get other kinds of fuel brought to the area?
I think the costs of providing fuel for millions of people would be prohibitive. There are people out there making more efficient cook stoves that burn hotter with less wood.

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