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Banco Mundial/Lundrim Aliu
9 mars 2021
Brésil
États-Unis d'Amérique
Chine
Indonésie
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Europe
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Banco Mundial/Lundrim Aliu - O gás metano (CH4) responde por 35% das emissões geradas pelo sistema alimentar tanto em países desenvolvidos como em desenvolvimento
 
18 février 2021
République démocratique du Congo
Brésil
Colombie
Pérou
Indonésie

PARIS (AFP) — Governments worldwide are using the Covid-19 pandemic to push through destructive development projects and roll back protections of indigenous groups, according to a global report on deforestation and rule of la

Vue d'une rue à Lagos, au Nigeria. Une marchande vend des boissons. (Photo UNSGS/ ROBIN UTRECHT)
8 février 2021
Afrique
Terres australes et antarctiques françaises
Amérique latine et Caraïbes
Asie
Indonésie

Si croissance démographique et croissance urbaine sont liées, la durabilité des villes de demain dépendra surtout de leur planification et de leur articulation avec le monde rural. Ce quatrième épisode de notre série « Demain, 9 milliards d’humains » explore les dynamiques de populations dans les Suds.

Deregulation law ‘raises corruption risk’ in Indonesia’s forestry sector
13 janvier 2021
Indonésie
  • Experts have warned that a controversial deregulation act will serve as a springboard for greater corruption in Indonesia’s forestry sector.
  • They say a pervasive lack of transparency will allow companies such as plantation operators to whitewash their illegal occupation of forests or take control of larger swaths of land than permitted, among other risks.
Agribusiness giants ADM, Bunge trading in ‘conflict’ palm oil, report says
4 janvier 2021
Indonésie
  • A report by Global Witness has found that more than 100 Indonesian palm oil mills supplying agribusiness giants ADM and Bunge have been accused of land and human rights violations and environmental destruction.
Being realistic about coal mine rehabilitation in Indonesia: An ecological perspective
23 décembre 2020
Indonésie
  • Once covered in vast tropical forests, East Kalimantan, in the Indonesian half of Borneo Island, is today the most intensively mined province in Indonesia.
  • Surface mining for coal has left behind vast expanses of barren land across the province.
South Korea’s finance of ‘green’ palm oil drives destruction in Indonesia
23 décembre 2020
République de Corée
Indonésie

Main photo: young oil palms await planting on land deforested by South Korea’s Korindo in the Indonesian province of Papua (Image: Mighty Earth)


Indonesian officials linked to mining and ‘dirty energy’ firms benefiting from deregulation law
26 novembre 2020
Indonésie
  • Top Indonesian ministers who pushed for the passage of a deregulation bill that benefits the mining and “dirty energy” industry have links to some of those very companies, a new report shows.
  • The report by a coalition of NGOs highlights “massive potential for conflicts of interest” in the drafting and passage of the so-called omnibus bill on job creation.
New rule puts Indonesia’s protected forests up for grabs for agribusiness
20 novembre 2020
Indonésie
  • Indonesia’s environment ministry has issued a new regulation allowing protected forest areas to be cleared for a “food estate” program.
  • The program is aimed at boosting domestic crop supplies, but critics say it prioritizes the interests of agribusiness at the expense of small farmers and the environment.
The burning scar: Inside the destruction of Asia’s last rainforests
12 novembre 2020
Indonésie

A Korean palm oil giant has been buying up swathes of Asia's largest remaining rainforests. A visual investigation published today suggests fires have been deliberately set on the land

Petrus Kinggo walks through the thick lowland rainforest in the Boven Digoel Regency.

Area burned in Indonesia fires ‘greater than the Netherlands’
22 octobre 2020
Indonésie


Greenpeace slams Indonesia for lack of action against the palm oil sector as vast areas of forests burned in five years.

Which version? Confusion over environmental fallout of Indonesia deregulation law
13 octobre 2020
Indonésie
  • A rule allowing subsistence farmers to burn small plots of land has been reinserted into the Job Creation Act passed last week.
  • Other provisions affecting the plantation industry have also been adjusted in a new version of the law that appeared this week.

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