Press Release/Position Paper

Deforestation and social conflict continue to occur, the government must strengthen the forest management sustainability system

Deforestation and social conflict continue to occur, the government must strengthen the forest management sustainability system

Jakarta, February 28, 2018. FWI explained in three periods, natural forests in North Sumatra, East Kalimantan and North Maluku, had lost 718 thousand hectares. Every hour, 42 times the soccer field, natural forest is lost in the three provinces. The JPIK study of 296 certificates of Sustainable Production Forest Management (PHPL) of IUIPHHK-HA and HT […]

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Towards Ecological, Economic and Social Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Practices

Towards Ecological, Economic and Social Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Practices

The Indonesian Government’s policy on the sustainability and improvement of oil palm governance began with the issuance of the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) in 2011 which was later revised in 2015. It was inseparable from the encouragement of various parties so that Indonesia as the largest CPO producer country to pay more attention to […]

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Towards Ecological, Economic and Social Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Practices

Towards Ecological, Economic and Social Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Practices

The Indonesian Government’s policy on the sustainability and improvement of oil palm governance began with the issuance of the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) in 2011 which was later revised in 2015. It was inseparable from the encouragement of various parties so that Indonesia as the largest CPO producer country to pay more attention to […]

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6-Year Evaluation of Forest Moratorium: Millions of Acres of Forests Gone, Untransparant, Social Forestry Threatened, Rights of Indigenous Peoples Unprotected

6-Year Evaluation of Forest Moratorium: Millions of Acres of Forests Gone, Untransparant, Social Forestry Threatened, Rights of Indigenous Peoples Unprotected

Joint Press Releases Jakarta, May 4, 2017 – At least 2.7 million hectares of primary natural forest and peat land, equivalent to 5 times the area of ​​Bali Island, disappeared for six years implementing policies to postpone new licenses and improve governance of primary natural forests and peatlands. In the same period, every year 28% […]

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The Sustainable Palm Oil Certification Scheme Must Be Redesigned

The Sustainable Palm Oil Certification Scheme Must Be Redesigned

PRESS RELEASE Civil Society Representative Group for the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil Industry Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Along with World Forest Day, our civil society representative groups expressed a shared attitude regarding Indonesia’s sustainable palm oil industry through a position paper as a form of active and transparent participation in the ‘strengthening’ process, namely fundamental […]

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