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▪ Jikalahari reveals “new alleged violation” by APP's supplier - 29 Sep 2014

▪ NGOs coalition lodges corruption cases against 27 pulp suppliers - 18 Sep 2014

▪ EoF: national and global palm oil streams likely contaminated with illegal palm oil from protected Sumatra tiger corridor - 04 Sep 2014

▪ MoE: 3 companies named suspects of forest fire allegations - 12 Aug 2014

▪ 'APRIL violations make its SFMP not trustworthy' - 08 Jun 2014

▪ APRIL violates its new sustainability policy, say Kalimantan NGOs - 21 May 2014

▪ Minister indicates 23 companies allegedly involved in Riau fires - 26 Apr 2014

▪ Instead of protecting, authorities involved in forest encroachment - 04 Apr 2014

▪ An independent review on SVLK system launched by NGOs coalition - 19 Mar 2014

▪ Ex-Riau governor sentenced to 14 years for corruption - 13 Mar 2014

▪ Green groups protest against slow haze mitigation - 11 Mar 2014

▪ Companies criticized not optimal to tackle forest fires - 07 Mar 2014

▪ Palm oil’s war on elephants escalating in Tesso Nilo National Park - 25 Feb 2014

▪ In a week Riau hotspots notches 1605 as 474 found in pulp concessions - 20 Feb 2014

▪ Riau blanketed by haze, hotspots detected in concessions - 18 Feb 2014

▪ APRIL supplier tried for environmental damage loss - 13 Feb 2014

▪ Advisory to buyers and investors of APRIL issued - 03 Feb 2014

▪ Jikalahari doubts pulp giant’s green commitment - 13 Jan 2014

▪ Forest monitoring consortium reveals APP’s moratorium violation of 1,400 ha in Borneo - 18 Dec 2013

▪ Ministry: Two APP subsidiaries involved in clearing, supplying Ramin - 11 Dec 2013

▪ Civil society pledge a 100% war against corruption - 09 Dec 2013

▪ Minister signed revised decree, Padang Island residents protest APRIL’s company - 26 Nov 2013

▪ Riau Governor tried for issuing permits to pulp suppliers - 11 Nov 2013

▪ ‘Companies setting forest fires may link to money laundry probe’ - 24 Oct 2013

▪ APP, APRIL suppliers named suspects of fires - 27 Sep 2013

▪ APRIL touts new restoration project, environmentalists doubt it - 20 Sep 2013

▪ The impacts of climate change in Riau: a lawsuit to the President of RI - 10 Sep 2013

▪ Belated stories on people suffering wildfires, haze - 05 Sep 2013

▪ Encroachment-hit Tesso Nilo raged by fires as haze returns to Riau - 28 Aug 2013

▪ Judges have no guts against corruption on Burhanuddin Husin’s verdict - 23 Aug 2013

▪ NGOs hail FSC banning on APRIL, urge certifiers to follow - 20 Aug 2013

▪ Siak River pollution worsens, APP’s mill protested - 31 Jul 2013

▪ Hotspots detected, giant companies play the blind-and-deaf? - 24 Jul 2013

▪ Three excavators of APRIL’s supplier burned down - 12 Jul 2013

▪ Checking fires on the ground – photos published in EoF’s online database - 10 Jul 2013

▪ Pulp and paper giant dodges deforestation probe - 08 Jul 2013

▪ WWF publishes Advisory to Buyers and Investors of SMG/APP - 02 Jul 2013

▪ Fires, smoke and haze - new in EoF’s online database - 27 Jun 2013

▪ Many hotspots detected in concessions, EoF analyzes - 26 Jun 2013

▪ Governor detained for forest graft, probe to companies, ministry needed - 15 Jun 2013


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EoF is a coalition of three local environmental organizations in Riau, Sumatra, Indonesia : WWF Indonesia's Tesso Nilo Programme, Jikalahari ("Forest Rescue Network Riau") and Walhi Riau (Friends of the Earth Indonesia). It was launched in December 2004 to investigate the state of Riau''s forests and the players who influence it.
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