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9 Mars 2017
Community groups in South Sumatra are protesting against Asia Pulp & Paper's planned choice of timber supplier for its massive new pulp and tissue mill, which they say used the army and police to intimidate them during a public consultation over land use. Community groups have launched a…
1 Mars 2017
By: M Rahmat Ulhaz Date: 28 February 2017 Source: Mongabay KALAODI, Indonesia  — August through September is clove harvest season here in this corner of the Maluku Islands. The scent of clove flowers pierces the air over the winding, precipitous roads that lead to Kalaodi. From the 1400s…
21 Février 2017
By: Adisti Sukma Sawitri Date: 21 February 2017 Source: The Jakarta Post The government has made a bold move with its plan to grant people wider access to land under its agrarian reform. More than 9 million hectares, comprising roughly 4.5 million hectares of degraded forest and 4.5 million…
BOGOR, Indonésie (9 janvier 2014) – Si les décideurs politiques ne parviennent pas à évaluer soigneusement la façon dont ils définissent les forêts, ils risquent de compromettre le succès potentiel du programme REDD+, soutenu par l’ONU et visant à réduire les émissions issues de la déforestation et…
Source: The Jakarta Post   Witten by: Nurdiana Darus and William Sabandar The government inaugurated on Sept. 1 last year the National Program for the Protection and Recognition of Indigenous Peoples (PPMHA) through the country’s Reducing Emissions for Deforestation and Degradation Plus (REDD…
Via News.com.au Indigenous Dayaks in a remote Borneo village fight BHP coal mine AUGUST 11, 2015 8:28PM AUSTRALIAN mining giant BHP Billiton has hit a roadblock on its coal mine in Indonesian Borneo after finally starting operations. Read more. Photo Credit: Parolan Harahop via Flickr/…
Forested landscapes worldwide are increasingly integrated in global processes of trade, market development, resource exploitation and climate change. Site-based or community level approaches can no longer cope with these issues which exceed the local sphere of influence. Although landscapes are…
Masrani stood at the confluence of two rivers in Indonesian Borneo as his father recited the most dreadful oath. The extreme form of sumpah adat, a ritualistic nuclear option for Indonesia’s Dayak indigenous peoples, was reserved for dealing with crises nothing else could solve. The forest…
By: Callistasia Anggun Wijaya Date: January 27th 2016 Source: Jakarta Post The criminalization and discrimination of indigenous people by the government and other parties has worsened, especially because no regulation protects their rights, says the Alliance of Indigenous People (AMAN). “Every…
We are happy to share our newest publications! With limited land, access to it has been a prevailing issue which leads to human rights violations to farmers, and to the disadvantaged women and indigenous peoples. These Land Watch Asia (LWA)’s Lok Niti journals compile scoping studies from seven…
By: Arya Dipa Date: February 16th 2016 Source:  Jakarta Post An architect by training, 26-year-old Ronaldiaz Hartantyo has decided to make a living as a farmer, a career choice most Indonesian people of his age would never think of. After completing his bachelor’s degree from the Bandung…
Date: 14 mars 2016 Source: L'Avant-Poste Par Jean-Philippe Langlais NOUVEAU PRODUIT. Loïa Valade est un jeune Matapédien de huit ans, entrepreneur et environnementaliste, qui a développé un délicieux produit permettant, à sa façon, de contrer la déforestation en Indonésie. Comme plusieurs…