Category: Report

In 2020, FAO warned of the dangers of hunger due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Indonesian government answered the warning from the United Nations by launching the Food Estate project. The government claims the project is a solution to the national food security problem. The government prepared all regulatory instruments to streamline this project, including putting it into the National Strategic Project (PSN), Job Creation Law, and Ministerial Regulation. .....
Buku ini menampilkan foto manusia yang diambil dengan segala kegiatan kesehariannya yang membuat mereka adalah manusia spesial. Mereka terlibat secara langsung maupun tidak langsung dalam program GEF SGP Indonesia Fase 6. Sebagiannya akan menampilkan potret (portrait) yang diharapkan bisa menampilkan ekspresi yang dapat dirasakan juga oleh pembaca buku foto ini. Namun tidak seperti kebanyakan buku foto, narasi tertulis tentang subyek foto dalam buku ini disajikan cukup lengkap. Hal ini dilakukan bukan tanpa maksud. Cerita tentang orang-orang dalam foto ini memang menjadi sangat penting untuk ditampilkan, karena memiliki teladan tentang kesederhanaan, kerja keras dan ketekunan. Beberapa bahkan memiliki perjalanan hidup yang.....
Indonesia’s legal system is failing to act against timber criminals, seriously undermining the country’s top-level efforts to tackle illegal logging and deforestation.

New research by Kaoem Telapak and our partner EIA reveal that action through the courts was taken against only a handful of companies out of more than 50 proven to have either traded directly or indirectly in illegal timber......
This report found forest and peatland have been converted and burnt from 2016-18 to make way for oil palm plantations in Tangkiling and Marang, Bukit Batu sub-district in Palangkaraya municipality, one of the management units of Sebangau National Park. It further found illegal logging inside the park, with the timber allegedly used to supply local timber industries in Central Kalimantan.

Satellite image analysis shows 19,000 hectares in Sebangau National Park were burnt in 2015, the same location where more than half of the hotspots in all national parks in Indonesia in the same year were found. The cause is believed to.....


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