Press Release/Position Paper2024-03-13T13:15:45+07:00
1601, 2024

JOIN STATEMENT LETTER #SAVEARU COALITION REVOKE PT WANA SEJAHTERA ABADI PERMIT AND STOP THE MELCHOR GROUP CARBON TRADING PERMIT PROCESS IN ARU ISLANDS, MALUKU

The #SaveAru Coalition, which consists of activists from civil society organizations, women, youth and students, indigenous peoples and local communities in the Aru Islands, dissent the investment plan for Forest Utilization Business Permit (PBPH) by PT Wana Sejahtera Abadi (WSA), and PT Alam Subur Indonesia and PT Bumi Lestari Internasional, a subsidiary of Melchor Group Indonesia. The Aru Community's rejection of large-scale land-based investments have the potential to damage nature and destroy the community's water sources and livelihoods has occurred repeatedly. In 2013, the people of Aru dissented the Menara Group's sugar plantation investment plan, which covers almost 70% of [...]

2312, 2023

Press Release : Independent Monitoring as a National Park Protection in Bengkulu, West Sumatra and South Sumatra Provinces

JPIK explained the results of monitoring deforestation and illegal logging that occurred in the Kerinci Seblat National Park (TNKS) area in the provinces of Bengkulu, South Sumatra and West Sumatra. The press conference held on Tuesday, December 19th 2023 was also attended by media colleagues. From the results of monitoring in Bengkulu, there were encroachment locations where there were still burning residue, white meranti wood and kruing found and oil palm plantations in the area. Furthermore, the findings in South Sumatra also show that there is clearing of new land and parking lots for trucks loaded with wood. Pesisir Selatan [...]

1210, 2023

JOINT STATEMENT OF THE CIVIL SOCIETY COALITION REGARDING THE FORMATION OF THE JOINT TASK FORCE REGULATION OF DEFORESTATION AND DEGRADATION FREE COMMODITIES FOREST

This joint statement was prepared by a coalition of civil society movements in Indonesia consisting of various groups, including CSOs, independent oil palm farmer unions, oil palm plantation workers, indigenous community organizations, local communities, women and youth. They welcomed the joint initiative between Indonesia, Malaysia and the European Union to form a Joint Task Force (JTF) to face the European Union Deforestation-free Regulation (EUDR). The formation of the JTF will have a positive impact in increasing dialogue regarding traceability and transparency of agricultural commodity supply chains that are at risk of causing deforestation and forest degradation. Unfortunately,  the first consultation [...]

2604, 2022

Indonesian CSOs Joint Statement on the European Union Due Diligence Regulation Proposal

Timber suspected to be the result of illegal logging in one of the Central Kalimantan Province HPHs (JPIK) We, the undersigned Indonesian civil society groups, welcome the proposal of the European Union Due Diligence Regulation (EUDDR) which will regulate deforestation-free and forest degradation-free commodities and products. This marks a serious step-change in the response of consumer countries in Europe to the pressing challenges of the climate crisis, including the realization that the European Union’s consumption of various commodities and their derivatives is one of the causes of increasing biodiversity loss and an active contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. [...]

1611, 2021

Press Release Environmental Crimes and Human Rights Violations by PT. TPL

                      Medan, 18th November 2021. Deforestation in Indonesia is largely the result of a corrupt political and economic system, which regards Natural Resources, particularly forests, as a source of income that can be exploited for political gain and corporate gain. In North Sumatra, there is a PT. TPL company has been practicing deforestation for decades, which has given rise to various kinds of polemics, one of which is the practice of large-scale land-use experts in the Tele landscape area. Tele-scape has a very important ecological function for the Lake Toba [...]

709, 2020

Timber Distribution and Trade Traceability Must Be Strengthened to Ensure SVLK Credibility

Bogor, 27 August 2020. The latest independent monitoring report titled Assessing Compliance of Forest Timber Product Utilization and Trade Permit Holders exposes illegal logging in forest areas, as well as signs of recurring legal violations by Timber Legality Certificate (S-LK) holders, as well as uncertified companies. From October 2019 to June 2020, the Independent Forest Monitoring Network (JPIK) assessed the implementation of the Timber Legality Assurance System (SVLK) through a series of analysis of the primary industry raw material supply chain and field monitoring in eight provinces. JPIK’s monitoring found indications of violation in the upstream industry including the following. [...]

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