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▪ The bog barons: Indonesia's carbon catastrophe (3) - 05 Dec 2007

▪ Hope in Bali: the December Meetings on Climate Change - 03 Dec 2007

▪ Hope in Bali: the December Meetings on Climate Change - 03 Dec 2007

▪ President tells minister not to issue new logging permits - 30 Nov 2007

▪ Newspaper accuses company of obstructing freedom of press - 16 Nov 2007

▪ Court acquits North Sumatra timber tycoon - 09 Nov 2007

▪ Convert Indonesian forests, APP China - 07 Nov 2007

▪ Rare wildlife in Sumatran forest to be cleared - 05 Nov 2007

▪ FSC's 'Green' Label for Wood Products Gets Growing Pains - 31 Oct 2007

▪ Illegal logging defendants win appeal - 26 Oct 2007

▪ House's commission VII criticize APP, APRIL subsidiaries - 09 Oct 2007

▪ MP: Riau forests logging moratorium needed - 02 Oct 2007

▪ President asked to issue permit to probe district heads - 28 Sep 2007

▪ Pulp executives no show, MPs blast - 26 Sep 2007

▪ Police chief warns Riau forest to be gone - 18 Sep 2007

▪ Woolworths busted over 'environmental' toilet paper - 14 Sep 2007

▪ Banks, Pulp and People - 08 Aug 2007

▪ Police vowed to continue aerial surveillance - 01 Aug 2007

▪ Police raid APP's subsidiary concession - 25 Jul 2007

▪ Probe into illegal logging cases on progress, says Chief - 20 Jul 2007

▪ More APP subsidiary's executives named suspects - 15 Jul 2007

▪ Police say more officials, companies summoned - 06 Jul 2007

▪ 3 APP subsidiary's directors named suspects over illegal logging - 03 Jul 2007

▪ Investigative Report March 2007 released, APP destroys tiger habitat - 02 Jul 2007

▪ Investigative Report February 2007 released, APP still destroys forest - 24 Jun 2007

▪ Minister of Forestry blames Riau Police over corporate crimes - 21 Jun 2007

▪ Police probe 10 APP's companies over illegal logging, forest crimes - 18 Jun 2007

▪ APP's contractor hires child, workers eat monkey to survive - 15 Jun 2007

▪ District Administration stops APP subsidiary's operation - 13 Jun 2007

▪ World's tigers on "catastrophic" path to extinction - 12 Jun 2007

▪ APP commits illegal logging as found by EoF Investigation Dec.2006 - 04 Jun 2007

▪ Male elephant dead in Bukit Tigapuluh block - 29 May 2007

▪ Environmental concerns mount as palm oil production surges - 28 May 2007

▪ Paper Giant APP Accused of Illegal China Logging - 16 May 2007

▪ Villagers protest APP's company logging operation - 15 May 2007

▪ Riau NGOs condemn WWF staff attack - 11 May 2007

▪ Multistakeholder team ambushed, WWF staff attacked - 08 May 2007

▪ Land disputes involved APP subsidiary filed to local government, parliament - 30 Apr 2007

▪ Investigative Report November 2006 released - 18 Apr 2007

▪ Riau Police Chief: Companies tend to misuse license - 12 Apr 2007


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