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Tigers catch a break. Breakthrough in protection for Indonesia’s rainforests

Feature story | February 5, 2013 at 7:00

Greenpeace hailed today’s commitment from Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), one of the world’s largest producers of paper and packaging, to end deforestation as a major breakthrough in efforts to save Indonesia’s rainforests.

Greenpeace ad labels Asia Pulp & Paper a tiger killer

Feature story | January 23, 2012 at 9:00

Greenpeace launched an advertising campaign today illustrating the consequences of Asia Pulp & Paper’s (APP) rainforest destruction on the critically endangered Sumatran tiger in Indonesia. The tiger themed advertisement, appearing in locations...

Good news for tigers! Top Canadian buyer drops rainforest paper supplier

Feature story | July 9, 2012 at 8:00

Major Canadian office supplier White Paper Co. is severing ties with Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) because of its links to rainforest destruction. APP is the subject of a global campaign by Greenpeace for its involvement in illegal logging and...

Mackenzie Financial Investments linked to illegal rainforest destruction

Feature story | April 11, 2012 at 6:00

UPDATE: Mackenzie Investments has announced that it will no longer be investing in Asia Pulp and Paper’s (APP) pulp operations. Until APP stops destroying rainforests and critically endangered Sumatran tiger habitat, it will keep shedding...

Hundreds of thousands join Barbie Rainforest destruction campaign, spark Facebook...

Feature story | June 10, 2011 at 14:12

Toronto — In less than 72 hours more than 700,000 people have viewed an online spoof video featuring the moment Ken discovers that Barbie is involved in rainforest destruction, and almost 200,000 have swamped Mattel’s offices with emails...

Xerox implicated in Asia Pulp & Paper illegal rainforest scandal

Feature story | March 1, 2012 at 9:05

A year-long Greenpeace investigation into the world’s third largest pulp and paper producer, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), has found that the company is systematically violating Indonesia’s laws protecting ramin, an internationally protected tree species.

KFC cancels meeting with Enviros - Continues trashing forests

Blog entry by Richard Brooks | August 7, 2012

YUM’s David Novak was  awarded best CEO of the year  at a dinner event at New York’s stock exchange. This won’t be a surprise in corporate circles; after 15 years at YUM! Brands and releasing his own book on management ‘Taking People...

APP pulps trees from its own tiger sanctuary. How dumb is that?

Blog entry by Ian Duff, Greenpeace UK | December 20, 2011

This was APP's Senepis Tiger Sanctuary, until one of APP's suppliers cut down the trees. Image: Eyes on the Forest/WW Indonesia Asia Pulp and Paper – the company doing so much to jeopardise the future of Indonesia's rainforests –...

You can close our office, but you can’t stop us

Blog entry by Nur Hidayati, Greenpeace Indonesia | November 14, 2011

zoom     Greenpeace's 'Tiger's Eye Tour' launched to bear witness to the real condition of Indonesia's forests. © Ulet Ifansasti / Greenpeace We have  been warned that we may have to move out of our office in...

Canada’s largest logging company Resolute loses three sustainability certificates,...

Blog entry by Richard Brooks | December 12, 2013

Three of Resolute Forest Products’ Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certificates were suspended yesterday. The suspensions prohibit Resolute from labeling their pulp, paper and wood products from a vast area of Boreal Forest in...

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