Recent news on Indonesian forest crimes, and related developments on NGO activities, company and government actions, changes to environmental rules, lawsuits and acquittals. Also features press releases and blog posts.
27 Aug 2011 / EoF News
Pulp & paper,
(from smh.com.au/ AAP) -- A supermarket chain has wiped two toilet paper brands from its shelves following a campaign by environmentalists to save endangered tigers in...
26 Aug 2011 / EoF News
(AAP via insideretail.com.au) -- Stationery and equipment retailer Officeworks has ceased doing business with paper supplier APRIL over claims it is illegally logging...
24 Aug 2011 / EoF News
Independent tests carried out by a US laboratory IPS for Markets for Change (MFC) on the APRIL (1) paper brand Lazer IT , stocked by Officeworks, has found that the paper...
16 Aug 2011 / EoF News
Pulp & paper,
EoF News(PEKANBARU)-- Siak District Head Arwin A.S was tried for the first time in Pekanbaru Corruption Crime Court on 11 August for graft indicment as he issued logging...
14 Aug 2011 / EoF News
WWF Press Release – As a suspected tiger smuggler was brought to district court in West Sumatra, Indonesia last week, WWF Indonesia has encouraged the authorities to...
08 Aug 2011 / EoF News
(Herald Sun / AAP, 4 Aug 2011) -- Environmentalists have praised Fuji Xerox for cutting ties with a big paper manufacturer accused of wrongfully logging Indonesian...
09 Jun 2011 / EoF News
Natural forest clearance by PT RML remains highly questionable to its legality of the operation. At least 1500 hectares of natural forest on peat ecosystem of Giam Siak...
31 May 2011 / EoF News
This report updated some information and photos related to natural forests clearance by PT Suntara Gaja Pati and PT Ruas Utama Jaya in 2009 and 2010.
24 May 2011 / EoF News
PT Siak Raya Timber obtained logging license based upon decree of Forestry Ministryâ€™s SK.20/BPHT-3/2009, 19 June 2009, covering an area of 350 hectares with...
10 May 2011 / EoF Press Release
Our team was thrilled to discover 47 tiger images in our camera traps, from which we identified six unique individuals," said Karmila Parakkasi, who leads WWF's tiger...