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APP: Haze-linked firm accused ‘opaque with information’

  Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), one of the Indonesian companies blamed for the record-breaking haze that affected Singapore in 2015, has not provided enough...

APP: Under fire by Jokowi officials

  A top executive of PT BAP, a company belonging to giant conglomerate Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), responded by letter in late January this year...

Jokowi Officials Target OKI in South Sumatra: Symbolism for What?

  On the sidelines of more global developments, Indonesian officials, in a bizarre strategy of acting more like Greenpeace than a government, are taking '"symbolic" actions...

Ebell: Paris Agreement ‘a dead end’

  The Paris Agreement on climate change is dead following the election of Donald Trump as the next US President, right-wing MPs in Australia have claimed. The...

Asian Pulp Paper: NGOs report claim concession permits revoked

  Jakarta. On 2 February 2017 the Jakarta based NGO Greenomics Indonesia reported the Indonesian paper giant Asian Pulp Paper had some of its concession...

Forestry Ministry: Nazir Foead fails to deliver peat swamp restoration measure

  Foresthints.news. A shared video, portraying the results of the on-the-ground monitoring conducted by Indonesia’s Ministry of the Environment and Forestry in November last year,...

Jokowi officials: APP stands accused in Indonesia

  Indonesia’s Ministry of the Environment and Forestry has reiterated that no legal authorization was ever granted to the giant conglomerate Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) to...

Indonesia: Greenpeace sued by Jokowi government

  JAKARTA — The Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry is going to court over a successful freedom of information request by Greenpeace, setting the...

Greenpeace: Jokowi Government sanctions APP

  JAKARTA - Via an official and legally-binding letter (Dec 5), Indonesia’s Minister of the Environment and Forestry, Dr Siti Nurbaya, has ordered three Asia Pulp...

WWF and Greenpeace break with Indonesia’s pulp and paper giant APRIL

  The construction of a 3km canal in Indonesia has led Greenpeace and WWF to suspend its partnership with one of Indonesia’s biggest pulp and...
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