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Kaoem Telapak organized a movie screening and photo exhibition at Tugu Kunstkring Paleis Jakarta, to raise awareness among the public about the pivotal role of forests......
The Independent Verification Assessment Agency (LPVI) has a significant role in preventing the practice of undername SVLK. According to Zulfikar Adil, a representative from the LPVI Forum, this role can start from the first audit......
Executive Director of the Indonesian Furniture and Handicraft Industry Association (ASMINDO) for the Central Java region, Yana Maya, said that the practice of undername SVLK (Timber Legality Assurance System) hurt marketing in the long term......
As a form of improving timber trade governance, Indonesia has implemented the Timber Legality Verification System (SVLK) since 2009. Then, the rate of deforestation decreased. However, the credibility of SVLK is facing new challenges. It is because of the practice of undername SVLK......
Stopping the Trade in Stolen Timber in Asia Nearly two and a half billion dollars worth of stolen timber is traded between East and Southeast Asian countries every year. China, which consumes wood from some of the countries hardest hit by illegal logging, is considered the world's largest consumer of illegal timber, while Indonesia is the largest tropical supplier. It is clear that if illegal logging is to be carried out effectively, countries in the region must work together.

EIA and Telapak investigations over the past five years have spanned this region and provided unique insights into this trade and the.....
A report on the role of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in curbing illegal timber trade and protecting endangered tree species.

Despite the success of its current CITES listing, endangered ramin remains under threat, with the remnants of Malaysia’s ramin forests exploited unsustainably.

Although ramin is banned from cutting and export in Indonesia – the only other significant range state – stolen wood continues to be laundered through neighbouring Malaysia in quantities exceeding the global annual legal supply......

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