Instead of wisely investing the windfall generated by cutting petrol subsidies, Indonesia is poised to squander funds by increasing subsidies for biofuel production that could exacerbate social conflict and drive deforestation, warn environmental groups.
Only six major companies — Danone, Kao Corp., Nestle, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt Benckiser Group, Unilever and HSBC — and one investor, banking and financial services giant HSBC, have comprehensive policies in place to protect tropical
Authorities in Sabah are failing to enforce anti-poaching laws, undermining governance and wildlife protection efforts in the Malaysian Borneo state, argues a letter published by several local conservation groups.
Forest School is a place where our young orangutans learn and study. As commonly found in human schools, some students are fast learners while others need a little more time. We also find students with different temperaments; some are independent and confident whilst others need more attention and encouragement. Similar is the situation at the [...]
A prized forest ecosystem that is home to endangered Sumatran orangutans, tigers, rhinos and elephants is threatened by an Aceh government land use plan that is accelerating illegal logging and development, conservationists charge.
This Tuesday 24 February, MEPs will vote to put the brakes on food crops being turned into fuel. The vote is to put a cap on food crops in biofuels, which will prevent some of the devastating global impacts, and make sure that the climate impact of biofuels is fully accounted for.
We've forced Santander to admit that it's bankrolling the destructive paper company APRIL. But the high street bank says it's 'monitoring the situation' and will 'act accordingly'. It's a cop out - and here's why. For months, Santander refused to admit that it was financing APRIL, Indonesia's number one forest destroyer.
Such amazing work our partners at Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation do, giving orangutans a future! Remember, when you donate to Orangutan Land Trust, we ensure 100% goes to our partners in the field, such as BOSF.
In the early morning of January 7, 2015 our team from the Nyaru Menteng (NM) Rehabilitation Center and the Conservation of Natural Resources Authority (BKSDA) of Central Kalimantan went to Tumbang Jiga Village after receiving news on the previous day about an orangutan baby kept by villagers. Tumbang Jiga Village is located deep in the [...]
IOI Corporation officially committed to what its subsidiary, palm oil trader IOI Loders Croklaan, pledged last November: it will no longer source palm oil linked to deforestation and human rights abuses.
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