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Forests in Indonesia's Concession Areas Being Rapidly Destroyed

April 24, 2014 by Taylor Ashford

Timber, logging, palm oil, and mining industry areas have accounted for nearly 45 percent of deforestation in Indonesia between 2000 and 2010, finds a new study. Read more below to find out just how much forest has been lost and which industry is the worst offender. Read more at Mongabay. Read more about Indonesia’s forest…


APRIL Continued Destroying High Conservation Rainforest Up Until January Pledge

April 23, 2014 by Taylor Ashford

An investigation revealed that Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) continued to source fiber produced by destruction of high conservation value forests in Sumatra all the way until it committed to a new forest conservation policy. Read more below to find out how environmentalists feel about APRIL’s pledge, especially compared to its rival. Read more on Mongabay. Read…


Sarawak Government Suffers 10 Defeats in NCR Land Cases

April 22, 2014 by Taylor Ashford

The indigenous people of Sarawak have won more native customary rights (NCR) land cases! We are also thrilled to tell you that the Borneo Project’s Legal Aid Fund helped support some of these cases. Read more below to find out the details of the cases and how they may convince the government of Sarawak to…