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New evidence reveals Australian companies trading in paper from Indonesian forest...

Press release | 8 July, 2014 at 13:33

Jakarta, Sydney: 8 July 2014 - Indonesia’s second largest pulp and paper company, APRIL, which is part of the RGE Group, has been caught out in photographic evidence clearing rainforests and fire-prone peatland, deceiving customers through false...

APP's forest conservation commitments, one year on

Feature Story | 7 February, 2014 at 17:14

A year ago, Asia Pulp & Paper committed to end its role in forest destruction. It placed an immediate halt to all forest clearance and began the road to reformation, under the watchful eyes of Greenpeace and a host of other local and...

6 myths this Indonesian logger didn’t want busted

Blog entry by Reece Turner | 10 July, 2014

A new study published last week shows Indonesia’s forests are disappearing faster than anywhere else in the world. This is alarming news. In Sumatra and Kalimantan, much of this destruction is in forested peatlands. Draining and clearing...

Greenpeace welcomes Fuji Xerox Australia’s decision to blacklist paper from...

Press release | 15 August, 2011 at 12:17

Calls on Officeworks and other retailers to follow

This is NOT what ‘sustainable forest management’ looks like…

Blog entry by Greenpeace Australia Pacific | 2 February, 2015

It’s been a year since Asia Pacific Resources International Ltd (APRIL) released its latest ‘Sustainable Forest Management Plan’. The pulp & paper company asked critics to believe it was serious about the conservation of Indonesia’s forests and...

Tackling deforestation – it’s a dirty job but someone’s gotta do it

Blog entry by Greenpeace Australia Pacific | 10 February, 2015

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) had a history of greenwashing – remember its former Rainforest Realities website? When the company launched its zero deforestation pledge in early 2013, there were those who pointed to this history of making big promises...

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