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.
14 Aug 2006 / EoF News
Pulp & paper,
Tesso Nilo, a proposed sanctuary for endangered Sumatran elephants, is under threat, as series of observation conducted by Forest Crime Unit of WWF-Indonesia Riau office...
10 Aug 2006 / EoF News
Indonesian authorities have vowed to take action against anyone setting fires and taken a series of other measures.
06 Aug 2006 / EoF Press Release
Several NGOs are calling on the Government to stop granting concessions for conversion and land clearing on peatlands, citing data that shows the major factor inciting...
01 Aug 2006 / EoF News
UK Biodiversity Minister Barry Gardiner said the 12-month project to develop a generic DNA-based method of identification, could revolutionise the application of...
30 Jul 2006 / EoF News
Forest fires escalated in Riau province where two protected forests set ablaze and thick haze suffered the province areas in recent days. More hotspots detected and the...
21 Jul 2006 / EoF News
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono urged forestry sector companies to run their business fairly by preventing natural forest from ecological damage. The President said in...
20 Jul 2006 / EoF News
Hotspots report that received by EoF said that after July 14, they escalate to 93 on Jul.15, 219 hotspots on Jul. 16, 66 on Jul.17 and the highest 228 hotspots on...
18 Jul 2006 / EoF News
Lack of governance,
Visiting Head of DPR’s Commission VII Agusman Effendi said in Pekanbaru Friday (Jul.14) that worries appeared in neighboring countries over haze caused by forest fires...
14 Jul 2006 / EoF News
The two companies, long scorned by green groups, have been working for years to put out a more environmentally friendly message.
A new WWF monitoring report showed that Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) was threatening crucial forests despite commitments made to its buyers.