Leaders of Civil Society Organizations Submit Open Letters to the President of the Republic of Indonesia, President of the European Union Council and Leaders of EU Member States: Addressing the Impact of Oil Palm Plantation Businesses.
The coalition of civil society in Indonesia submits an open letter to the President of Indonesia and the President of the European Union Council and leaders of European Union member countries. To encourage the Indonesian government to look more deeply at the impact of oil palm plantation businesses such as the causes of forest destruction, […]
The results of monitoring of JPIK in August 2015, found that there were industries in East Java and South Sulawesi that received and processed wood from suppliers who did not yet have S-LK. One of those identified was PT Panca Usaha Palopo Plywood (PT PUPP) located in Luwu Regency, South Sulawesi. PT PUPP has an […]
SILK as a center for timber legality information in Indonesia is currently a reference for many parties both at home and abroad. Thus this information system must continue to be developed to support the implementation of the SVLK in more directions. In addition, this information system is also expected to be one tool for improving […]
Logs were discovered by the South Sumatra Regional Police (Water and Air Police) Police Department on April 18, 2018 in the waters of the Musi Banyuasin river, South Sumatra. These logs suspected as the result of illegal logging. According to the news reported by the news.detik.com media, logs that has been tied to rafts consists […]
Monitoring of 22 companies using rounded logs in 6 (six) provinces, Riau, Banten, Central Java, East Java, Central Kalimantan and South Sulawesi was carried out by JPIK in March 2015. There is only one company in Central Kalimantan that complies with the rules for using V-Legal signs, although not all timber and wood products that […]
In the 2015-2017, JPIK has monitored the companies that received the Timber Legality Certificate (S-LK). Monitoring is carried out by members and JPIK Focal Points in several provinces, which are the provinces of South Sulawesi, Central Kalimantan, East Java, North Maluku, Central Java, Yogyakarta, Jambi, Central Sulawesi and North Kalimantan. In conducting its monitoring, JPIK […]