Greenomics Desak Menteri LHK Batalkan Pelepasan Hutan untuk HIP

detik.com - 2019-01-18

JAKARTA (detik.com) - Greenomics Indonesia mendesak Menteri Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan Siti Nurbaya membatalkan izin pelepasan hutan untuk sawit kepada PT Hardaya Inti Plantation (HIP). Sebab, dari hasil analisis spasial Greenomics, 80 persen area kawasan hutan di Buol, Sulawesi Tengah, yang setara dengan hampir 10.000 lapangan sepak bola masih berupa hutan lebat. Read more...


Greenomics Apresiasi Langkah Hukum KLHK Lawan Pembakar Hutan

detik.com - 2019-01-02

JAKARTA (detik.com) - "Ini yang membedakan pemerintahan Joko Widodo dengan rezim-rezim sebelumnya. Ini salah satu yang paling penting untuk kita apresiasi," kata Vanda. Read more...


Govt shares photos of Cargill’s new plantations in peat ecosystem

foresthints.news - 2017-11-08

JAKARTA (foresthints.news) - "We are studying the Cargill company's peat recovery plan. (However) it is not legally relevant for the company to claim that its concession is not composed of peat at the current stage." Read more...


Minister decides to review logging permit in Bornean orangutan habitat

foresthints.news - 2017-03-29

JAKARTA (foresthints.news) - “As a legal consequence of the designation of the majority of the PT MPK logging concession as peat protection zones, the permit granted to the company needs to be reviewed.” Read more...


Leuser Ecosystem - New Government Moratorium on Logging and Palm Plantations

globalconservation.org - April 20, 2016

"This very important step we have taken represents a concrete follow-up to the directive of President Joko Widodo who has demanded a halt to the expansion of palm oil and mining. I really appreciate the positive response of the Wali Nanggroe Aceh and Aceh Governor, both of whom have expressed their willingness to take the initiative in following up on the president’s directive." Read more...


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...

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