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Common Platform on Saving Indonesia`s Forests to Protect the Global Climate :...

Publication | October 13, 2010 at 11:04

The Indonesia Civil Society Organizations Common Platform recommends:

Thai Rice Industry at Risk

Publication | October 12, 2010 at 12:42

In 2010, as this study is being published, there are major developments in GE rice varieties occurring in large seed companies, government-funded research institutes and the International Rice Research Institute. The development and testing...

Thailand’s rice industry could lose up to THB 96,327 million THB in case of GE...

Feature story | October 12, 2010 at 10:36

Bangkok, 12 Oct 2010-- Greenpeace today released a report entitled “Thai Rice Industry at Risk: The costs of a possible GE contamination of Thai rice” which shows that should GE rice contamination occur in Thailand, the country’s rice industry...

New Evidence: Sinar Mas Rainforest and Peatland destruction

Publication | October 11, 2010 at 15:21

Greenpeace has new evidence proving that Sinar Mas continues to destroy peatlands and rainforests, pushing orang-utans closer to the brink of extinction and accelerating climate change.

Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable World Energy Outlook

Publication | October 11, 2010 at 15:17

A global energy scenario paints a picture of our common future – the picture depicts how the future could unfold. Energy scenarios send important messages on alternative futures to decision makers in political, financial, industrial sectors as...

How Sinar Mas is pulping the planet

Publication | October 11, 2010 at 15:12

A new investigative report from Greenpeace, 'How Sinar Mas is Pulping the Planet', shows how major brands like Walmart, Auchan and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) are fueling climate change and pushing Sumatran tigers and orang-utans towards the...

How Sinar Mas is expanding its empires of destruction

Publication | October 11, 2010 at 15:08

Sinar Mas group is notorious for its destruction of millions of hectares of Indonesian rainforest, peatland and wildlife habitat. Two divisions within the group lead the destruction: pulp and palm oil. Recently, the group has diversified into coal.

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