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.

14 Dec 2010 / EoF Investigative Report

Warsi FZS EoF WWF (14Dec2010) Last chance to save Bukit Tigapuluh

Bukit Tigapuluh – or “Thirty Hills” – is one of the last examples of the kind of landscapes that earned Indonesia the nickname “Emerald of the Equator”: dense canopy, lush rainforests of unbelievable...

01 Dec 2010 / EoF Investigative Report

EoF Report: Riau RKT 2010 natural forest and peat conversion

In 2009, the Government of Indonesia is committed to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 41% relative to business as usual levels by 2020 with a focus on reducing emissions from deforestation and...

14 Jul 2010 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: Pulp industry continues clearance

On 26 May 2010, Indonesia and Norway signed a Letter of Intent to form a partnership “to contribute to significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation, forest degradation and peatland...

03 May 2010 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: Two APP / Sinar Mas associated companies continue clearcutting of deep peatland forest of...

An Eyes on the Forest (EoF) investigation conducted in November - December 2009 confirmed that two Industrial Timber Plantation companies associated with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) of Sinar Mas Group (SMG), namely PT Bina...

20 Feb 2010 / EoF Investigative Report

Investigative Report: Peat swamp forest and community livelihoods threatened by PT Lestari Unggul Makmur, APRIL

During the investigation within September – October 2009, the team did not find any forest clearing in the concession as the residents informed that

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...

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...

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...

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...