Reports

In-depth investigations by Eyes on the Forest and other organizations of forest crimes in Indonesia perpetrated by palm oil, and pulp and paper companies, along with related issues. Includes external publications.

04 Aug 2009 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: PT SRL in Kerumutan, an APRIL's supplier, clearing peat forest

A pulpwood plantation (HTI) development company affiliated with Raja Garuda Mas Group’s Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited (APRIL), one of the world’s largest paper companies, is clearing natural...

04 Aug 2009 / EoF External Publications

Letter 30 Juli 2009 to EoF by APRIL

EoF had sent confirmation request on the report and APRIL responded to the coalition (see APRIL’s response to EoF).

03 Aug 2009 / EoF Investigative Report

Laporan Investigasi Mei-Juni 2009

Perusahaan pengembang hutan tanaman industri (HTI) terafiliasi dengan Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited (APRIL) milik Raja Garuda Mas, salah satu perusahaan kertas terbesar dunia, tengah menebangi...

20 Oct 2008 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: APP/SMG threatens Senepis forest, sumatran tiger habitat, and global climate

A new investigation by Eyes on the Forest has found that companies associated with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP)/Sinar Mas Group (SMG) are completing construction of a legally questionable logging highway through a peatland...

28 Mar 2008 / EoF Investigative Report

Eyes on the Forest to APRIL: Cease all destruction of one of the world’s largest tropical peatland forests – Kampar...

Eyes on the Forest (EoF) and many national and international NGOs have long been calling for Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) to stop further natural forest clearance in Riau and Jambi Provinces in central Sumatra. Investigations...

26 Mar 2008 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report english version march 2008

Eyes on the Forest (EoF) and many national and international NGOs have long been calling for Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) to stop further natural forest clearance in Riau and Jambi Provinces in central Sumatra. Investigations...

08 Jan 2008 / EoF Investigative Report

Joint NGOs: APP Threatens Bukit Tigapuluh Landscape

The Bukit Tigapuluh Forest Landscape in central Sumatra contains some of the richest biodiversity on Earth. It is one of the last refuges for three of the four flagship species found only on the island of Sumatra, along...

17 Dec 2007 / EoF External Publications / Governor of Riau

Province of Riau Supports REDD to Save our Climate

I am realizing my special position as a steward of large blocks of natural forests in Indonesia. I am committed to a joint policy of environmentally friendly, sustainable economic development and reduction of greenhouse...

02 Jul 2007 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: APP clear natural forest in GSK Senepis Kampar blocks

Eyes on the Forest (EoF) Investigation in March, April and June 2007 have found that about 38,000 hectares of natural forests in northern Bukit Batu wildlife reserve had been clearcut simultaneously in three industry...