Indonesia’s plantation sector can – and must - make a genuine contribution to Indonesia’s development, rather than destroying the future for its people, its wildlife and the global climate on which we all depend.
Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) is Indonesia’s second largest pulp and paper producer and today is its largest driver of deforestation in the sector. APRIL is cutting down the last remaining natural rainforests and tiger...
Thanks to its unique geology, the Indonesian archipelago has one of the richest biological heritages on Earth; it's home to more endemic bird species than any other country and more endemic mammal species than any other country but one. It's...
Asia Pulp and Paper is using illegal rainforest timber at their pulp mill.
Major companies like Xerox, Danone & National Geographic, and many more, are using APP paper - tell them all to act now
From indiscriminate clearance of Sumatra’s peat swamp forests to Asia Pulp & Paper’s
expanding global empire.
Why CITES must act to prevent the pulp sector in Indonesia driving ramin and Sumatran tigers closer to extinction .
Greenpeace International research has revealed that KFC is sourcing paper for its packaging products from rainforests. This has been confirmed in China, the UK and Indonesia. Products found to contain rainforest fibre include cups, food boxes,...
On March 18th Greenpeace sent a letter to Mattel CEO, Bob Eckert, inquiring about their pulp and paper purchasing policies and practices.
Greenpeace has sent letters to the head of the 3 major toy companies, Mattel, Hasbro and Disney, calling upon them to immediately act to protect forests in South East Asia and worldwide.
This report highlights the urgent need for global palm oil consumers and investors to support Unilever's call for an immediate moratorium on deforestation and peatland clearance in Indonesia.
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