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2016-02-05

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CSOs respond to Indonesian pulp and paper industrys demand for special treatment

2016-05-16

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Peat Agency Chief provides optimistic summary of agencys performance

2016-03-14

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Owner gives full support to IPOP, regardless of the headwinds against us

   
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March 20, 2019
Tapanuli orangutan not a legal monitoring parameter

Bank of China must be aware that the legal document used as the basis for environmental monitoring (RPL) by PT NSHE, the Batang Toru hydroelectric project developer, does not include any monitoring whatsoever of the Tapanuli orangutans.
March 18, 2019
No resolve evident in palm oil moratorium enforcement

Nearly five months after the signing of the moratorium on palm oil expansion in September last year by President Joko Widodo, the implementation of the evaluation of good forest cover in existing palm oil concessions is still absent.
March 14, 2019
Batang Toru dam project review results eagerly awaited

Bank of China, in its capacity as the hydroelectric project’s source of funding, needs to address the minister's letter to PT NSHE which proves that the project’s AMDAL document affords no comprehensive protection to the Tapanuli orangutans and their habitat.
March 11, 2019
PHOTOS: Orangutan forests still being ruined for palm oil

The reputation of the Indonesian palm oil sector is not only determined by companies that have abandoned deforestation and peat destruction practices while continuing to clean up to their supply chains from business-as-usual practices.

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