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A total of USD 18.25 billion from 10 banks in Indonesia flowed to 15 companies suspected of damaging the environment from 2016 – 2015. Bank Rakyat Indonesia is the largest creditor......
The European Union agreed to pass a new anti-deforestation law on Tuesday, 6 December 2022. Through a three-party dialogue, the EU Parliament, Council and Committees have one voice to ban products originating from deforestation activities from entering their markets......
Food Estate (FE) is a project initiated by the state that still leaves problems. Therefore, Kaoem Telapak held a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on Thursday and Friday, 29 – 30 September 2022. The FGD invited academics, civil society groups, and journalists to delve deeper into the government project......
A farmer group assisted by Agus Sumantri, a member of Kaoem Telapak, won the Small and Medium Enterprise product competition at the Central Lampung Regency level on Tuesday, September 20, 2022......
After eight months, Hariyono or commonly called Ejhon, opened Ujung Sapar as an ecotourism destination. In its management, several challenges must be addressed by Ejhon. .....
The Covid-19 pandemic, which has lasted for more than two years, has made many people dare to realize their ideas. One of them is Hariyono, a member of Kaoem Telapak, who is slowly but surely building the ecotourism site Ujung Sapar, Central Kalimantan......
Virtually, Kaoem Telapak met three accredited assistants to the members of the European Parliament on Monday, 20 June 2022. They are Alexander Weilgos, Tammy Schmitt, and Andrea Schierbaum. .....
After holding activities in Sekadau and Sorong, the Batanghari Regency of Jambi became the location for the next FGD. Kaoem Telapak held a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) regarding the impact of the European Union Due Diligence Regulation on Independent Smallholders, Indigenous Peoples, and Local Communities. The FGD was held on 7 June 2022. The event was attended by participants from independent oil palm smallholders and groups of Indigenous Peoples who live around the oil palm estate areas......
Learning from the experiences of indigenous peoples in the Klamono District, Indigenous Peoples in Gisim Village, Sorong Regency, increasingly staunchly reject the existence of oil palm estate companies......

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