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Eco-Business: Is this Malaysian palm oil firm still destroying forest in Borneo — and selling to Wilmar?

eco-business.com - 11 February 2016

A Greenomics report finds deforestation in the supply chain of Genting Plantations, a supplier of Wilmar International.

The Malaysian-owned palm oil company Genting Plantations has again been accused of clearing ecologically important secondary forest in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province according to a recent report by Greenomics that raises fresh concerns over the effectiveness of “zero-deforestation” monitoring within the palm oil industry. Read more...

 

Is this Malaysian palm oil firm still destroying forest in Borneo — and selling to Wilmar?

mongabay.com - 9 February 2016

The Malaysian-owned palm oil company Genting Plantations has again been accused of clearing ecologically important secondary forest in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province according to a recent report by Greenomics that raises fresh concerns over the effectiveness of “zero-deforestation” monitoring within the palm oil industry.

The report, titled “Wilmar’s palm oil products continue to be associated with deforestation,” alleges that PT Citra Sawit Cemerlang (PT CSC), a Genting subsidiary, cleared High Carbon Stock (HCS) forest in its concession in West Kalimantan, a violation of Wilmar International’s landmark pledge to purge its supply chain of deforestation. Read more...

 

Wilmar claims to have made significant progress, environmental NGOs disagree

foresthints.news - 2 February 2016

JAKARTA (foresthints.news) - Singapore-based Wilmar International, the world’s largest palm-oil trader, claims that it has made significant progress with the implementation of its no-deforestation policy over the past two years.

However, Greenpeace, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) and Greenomics Indonesia dispute the claim. According to the three NGOs, the Wilmar supply chain continues to be affected by deforestation and the company continues to have a long way to go before it can deliver on its commitments, including those given as part of its no-deforestation policy. Read more...

 

Greenomics: Kebun sawit dominasi areal moratorium gambut

CNN Indonesia - 21 January 2016

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia -- Greenomics Indonesia menilai kemitraan perubahan iklim antara Indonesia-Norwegia, yang ditandatangani pada Mei 2010, telah menyimpang dari tujuan. Salah satunya menyangkut kesepakatan moratorium pembukaan lahan gambut yang tidak terjadi di Provinsi Riau.

Vanda Mutia Dewi, Direktur Eksekutif Greenomics Indonesia menuturkan areal moratorium gambut merupakan salah satu produk dari kemitraan perubahan iklim antara Norwegia-Indonesia. Namun pada kenyataannya,  areal moratorium tersebut justru didominasi oleh hamparan perkebunan sawit. Read more...

 

Peta Indikatif Restorasi Gambut menyesatkan para pihak
Rabu, 29 Juni 2016

Hasil analisis spasial Greenomics Indonesia terhadap Peta Indikatif Restorasi Gambut menunjukkan bahwa peta indikatif tersebut dapat menyesatkan para pihak...
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Indicative map of peatland restoration project is misleading
Wednesday, 29 June 2016

The findings of a spatial analysis conducted by Greenomics Indonesia in relation to the Peatland Restoration Project Indicative Map have revealed that that the map is misleading...
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IPOP supplier continued to engage in forest clearance in the Leuser Ecosystem, Aceh, Sumatra (June 2015).

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The majority of peatland moratorium ares is dominated by palm oil plantations in Riau, Sumatra (December 2015).

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The distruction on pulpwood concession in peatland areas in South Sumatra (November 2015). 

 

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Peatland areas in pulpwood concession in South Sumatra (November 2015).

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