June 26, 2019
Indonesia, global superpower for Bornean orangutans
When it comes to ensuring that the critically-endangered Bornean orangutan doesn’t face extinction, Indonesia undeniably remains a global superpower, as evidenced by the case of Sebangau National Park.
June 24, 2019
Govt ramps up efforts to protect Tapanuli orangutans
Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry sent an official letter to the North Sumatra Environment Agency detailing new directions derived from a ground-based verification undertaken in April 2019.
June 20, 2019
GAR-Greenpeace engagement ends up in claim rebuttal
It is thus important to point out that from February 2011 until February 2014, Greenpeace was engaged with GAR even though this palm oil giant did not yet have a deforestation-free palm oil policy across its entire supply chains in place...
June 18, 2019
APRIL preventing extinction of Sumatran tiger
The fact is that almost 75% of remaining relatively intact peat forests made up of Sumatran tiger habitat in the Kampar Peninsula landscape lie in APRIL-controlled concessions and its supply chains. This means that the pulp giant is having the greatest impact...
June 13, 2019
Ground-check reaffirms NDPE newcomer serious
This case - of a newcomer executing a recently-adopted NDPE policy while also fulfilling its legal compliance - should also serve as another lesson learned with regard to the palm oil industry using NDPE policies to clean up supply chains from...
June 10, 2019
Orangutan forest update relevant to Greenpeace
This update will certainly be of great relevance to Greenpeace which campaigned against illegal logging in the MPK logging concession around WED 2018, as the NGO considered this a major threat to the survival of...