3008, 2016

After Guilty Verdict on PT National Sago Prima: What Now?

On August 2016, the Coalition of Anti-Forest Mafia held a discussion with media in Jakarta following guilty verdict for PT. National Sago Prima in land and forest fires case against Environment and Forestry Ministry.

1108, 2016

Indonesian Court Charges a Corporation in Forest Fire Case

Jakarta – The verdict newly ruled by South Jakarta State Court has given a new hope on forest and land fires law enforcement in Indonesia. In a hearing Wednesday, the panel judges declared PT. National

1108, 2016

Indonesia Anti-Mining Mafia Coalition Urged Government to Revoke Troubled Mining Permit

Jakarta – Anti-Mining Mafia Coalition urged the governors of 31 Indonesian provinces to curb troubled mining permits (IUP) that hasn’t been yet modified as Clean and Clear. The C&C status is mandated in 2015 Ministerial

507, 2016

Forest Rights Protection in Criminal Law Policy of Forest Destruction Eradication

The most concerning issue of law enforcement in forestry sector is the possibility that the law itself can be used against indigenous people and local community living surround forest, legal subjects whose rights and access to forest are supposedly protected.

2104, 2016

Implementation of FLEGT Licenses Must Be Accompanied by Continuous Governance Improvement in the Forestry Sector and Trade

On April 21, 2016 President of Indonesia Joko Widodo, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and President of the European Council Donald Tusk issued a joint statement that the European Union and Indonesia have agreed to move swiftly towards implementation of the first Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) licensing scheme, a strategy from both parties to reduce illegal logging and promote the trade of legal timber.

2004, 2016

OKI Mill: Will APP default on its zero deforestation commitment?

A new study by twelve international and Indonesian NGOs shows that in spite of its high-profile commitment to “zero deforestation”, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) is building one of the world’s largest pulp mills in the Indonesian province of South Sumatra without a sustainable wood supply.

2004, 2016

APP Still Lacks Commitment to Peatland Restoration and Sustainability

JAKARTA — Recent finding shows Indonesian giant company Asian Pulp and Paper still lacks of commitment in implementing the Forest Conservation Policy (FCP)—which was signed on 1 February three years ago, the Coalition Against Forest

2011, 2015

Corruption in Forest Conversion Policy

By looking at government’s program in infrastructure, maritime, energy and food (IMEP) within Mid-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN 2015-2019), a policy on forest and land conversion is inevitable as its result.

1702, 2015

Indonesia’s Timber Supply Gap: More Than 30 Percent of Wood Used by Indonesia’s Industrial Forestry Sector Comes from Illegal, Unsustainable Sources

Indonesia’s Timber Supply Gap: More Than 30 Percent of Wood Used by Indonesia’s Industrial Forestry Sector Comes from Illegal, Unsustainable Sources.

1803, 2014

Improve the Indonesia Timber Legality Assurance System (SVLK)!

On Tuesday 18 March, a coalition of NGOs called on the Government of Indonesia to improve its forest management certification system known as Timber Legality Assurance System (SVLK).