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17 février 2022
  • The Indonesian government’s decision to revoke permits for plantation firms to operate in forest areas could lead to lawsuits filed by the companies, environmental law experts say.
10 février 2022
  • The Indonesian government has rejected a proposal made by a prominent university to reclassify oil palms as a forest crop.
  • The proposal was ostensibly meant to resolve the problem of illegal plantations operating inside forest areas, and would have redefined plantations as forests, and new plantings as reforestation.
Camboya tala ilegal
28 janvier 2022
Asia du sud-est


  • El pueblo kuy de los bosques tropicales de Prey Lang y Prey Preah Roka se ve afectado.

La tala ilegal de bosques protegidos socava los derechos humanos y anula las tradiciones de los pueblos indígenas de Camboya, según ha revelado una nueva investigación de Amnistía Internacional.

‘Forests will disappear again,’ activists warn as Indonesia ends plantation freeze
6 décembre 2021
  • With the Indonesian government refusing to renew a three-year ban on issuing licenses for new oil palm plantations, experts are warning of a deforestation free-for-all.
  • The end of the moratorium means companies can once again apply to develop new plantations, including clearing forests to do.
deforestation turns the heat deadly
25 novembre 2021
  • New research identifies how rising localized temperatures driven by deforestation and global warming are increasing heat-related deaths and creating unsafe working conditions in Indonesia.
5 novembre 2021
A Indonésia confiscou terras pertencentes a uma empresa de Tommy Suharto, filho mais novo do ex-ditador Suharto, numa tentativa para recuperar fundos do influente clã, anunciou esta sexta-feira o Governo.


Indonesia’s defence minister sued over land grab
26 juillet 2021

Main photo: Indonesia’s Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto, left, with President Joko Widodo in October 2019.  AP

23 juillet 2021
  • A new report highlights systemic social and environmental problems that continue to plague the Indonesian palm oil industry and ripple far up the global palm oil supply chain.
A road project in Indonesia’s Gorontalo carves a path of graft and grief
14 juillet 2021
  • More than 1,000 families were entitled to payments for land needed to construct the Gorontalo Outer Ring Road, a national priority infrastructure project on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island.
  • The road will connect Djalaluddin Airport in the capital of Gorontalo province with the province’s main ferry port.
Photo by Faizal Abdul Aziz/CIFOR.
4 juin 2021
République démocratique du Congo
  • Researchers looked at 31 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America that hold almost 70% of the world’s tropical forests and 62% of the total feasible natural climate solution potential, and found that most of the tropical forested countries looking to benefit from carbon markets still need to define community carbon rights.
Peatland on fire again as burning season starts in Indonesia
16 mars 2021
  • Indonesia’s annual fire season has started again, with hotspots detected in 10 provinces.
  • Some of the fires have been detected in protected areas with large swaths of peatland.
  • The government says it’s preparing to carry out cloud seeding to induce rainfall in affected areas.

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