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2016-02-05

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CSOs respond to Indonesian pulp and paper industrys demand for special treatment

2016-05-16

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Peat Agency Chief provides optimistic summary of agencys performance

2016-03-14

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Owner gives full support to IPOP, regardless of the headwinds against us

   
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April 11, 2019
Govt efforts dramatically reduce haze in last three years

The scale of peat fires in Indonesia has been reduced dramatically, by more than 90%, over the past three years compared to the catastrophic level of peat fires in 2015. This represents a real achievement of the leadership of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo.
April 9, 2019
EU needs to take President Jokowi’s objections seriously

President Jokowi’s complaints about the recently-adopted EU delegated act shouldn’t simply be ignored by the EU, considering that he has the power to cancel the existing legal framework which is targeted towards ending peat drainage and deforestation of good forest cover.;
April 5, 2019
Norway’s special envoy talks about EU delegated act

President Joko Widodo’s administration, in his view, “has done a remarkable job, most notably by imposing the peat moratorium and palm oil expansion moratorium as well as ending forest fires. This has been a Herculean challenge."
April 2, 2019
Return to planned deforestation should make EU think twice

The EU should weigh up how much new deforestation of HCS forests will be avoided due to the shift from planned deforestation areas to unplanned deforestation targets, thanks to the President’s freeze on palm oil expansion for at least the next three years.

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