Home

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...

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 Next > End >>

Page 2 of 2

83,22% ekspansi sawit di tanah Papua berasal dari era SBY
Jakarta, 5 Juni 2020

Hasil studi Greenomics Indonesia mengungkapkan bahwa pelepasan kawasan hutan untuk perkebunan sawit di Provinsi Papua dan Papua Barat selama 20 tahun terakhir (2000-2019) mencapai 1,2 juta hektar atau setara 18 kali lipat luas DKI Jakarta.
Read more...

-------------

Uni Eropa seperti menghukum deforestasi era SBY
Jakarta, 26 Maret 2019

Greenomics Indonesia meminta Uni Eropa untuk memahami data pelepasan kawasan hutan untuk ekspansi perkebunan sawit selama 2008-2015, yang menjadi periode analisis EU Delegated Act yang membatasi minyak sawit sebagai bahan bakar nabati di negara-negara Uni Eropa karena faktor deforestasi...
Read more...

"TAK BANYAK PEMBELA" - VANDA (2017)

The most of the Singkil peat swamp forests remain intact

Kluet peat swamp forest ecosystem in Gunung Leuser National Park

"Greenomics video on the climate scandal"

MORE VIDEOS


IPOP supplier continued to engage in forest clearance in the Leuser Ecosystem, Aceh, Sumatra (June 2015).

Sapien ipsum risus urna sed id lede consectetuer non sedele rinels tempus mauris. Enim risus Aenean sed nec Enim risus Aenean sed nec ipsum Pellentesque malesua.


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

Sapien ipsum risus urna sed id lede consectetuer non sedele rinels tempus mauris. Enim risus Aenean sed nec Enim risus Aenean sed nec ipsum Pellentesque malesua.


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

Sapien ipsum risus urna sed id lede consectetuer non sedele rinels tempus mauris. Enim risus Aenean sed nec Enim risus Aenean sed nec ipsum Pellentesque malesua.


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

MORE PHOTOS

Sapien ipsum risus urna sed id lede consectetuer non sedele rinels tempus mauris. Enim risus Aenean sed nec Enim risus Aenean sed nec ipsum Pellentesque malesua.