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.
05 Dec 2007 / EoF News
By Fred Pearce, New Scientist magazine -- 1 December 2007 (part 2)
By Fred Pearce, New Scientist magazine -- 1 December 2007 (part 3)
03 Dec 2007 / EoF News
An opinion by Jeremy Hance, special to mongabay.com (part II - end) (Mongabay.com, November 28, 2007) --The Meeting in Bali
An opinion by Jeremy Hance, special to mongabay.com (part I)
30 Nov 2007 / EoF News
Pulp & paper,
Pekanbaru (EoF News)—Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono told the Forestry Minister, Malam Sambat Kaban, and other officials not to excessively issue more...
16 Nov 2007 / EoF News
Pulp & paper,
Pekanbaru (EoF News)--- PT Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP), a subsidiary of Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited (APRIL), sued Koran Tempo daily over...
09 Nov 2007 / EoF News
Pekanbaru (EoF News)-- The acquittal of illegal logging defendant in North Sumatra, Adelin Lis, was marred with protests as further legal actions prepared to nab the man...
07 Nov 2007 / EoF News
Pekanbaru (EoF News)—Rainforest Alliance announced that it has terminated contractual agreement with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) in auditing and verification on its China...
05 Nov 2007 / EoF News
By Charles Clover, Environment Editor (The Daily Telegraph, 31 October 2007)-- Some of Asia's rarest and most endangered species including tigers, elephants, sun bears...
31 Oct 2007 / EoF News
By Tom Wright and Jim Carlton -- Wall Street Journal, 30 October 2007 --The environmental group that runs a widely recognized labeling system to identify "green" wood and...