Reports

Law Supervision and Enforcement Must Be Increased, So that SVLK Credibility and Accountability is Maintained

Law Supervision and Enforcement Must Be Increased, So that SVLK Credibility and Accountability is Maintained

Jakarta, February 28, 2018. The Independent Forest Monitoring Network (JPIK) encourages the government to continue to improve regulations and implement the Timber Legality Verification System (SVLK). Today JPIK issued a second report ‘SVLK: Process Towards Responsible Governance’ which contains a study of the implementation of SVLK in the period 2014-2017, within the scope of regulations, ...
PPLH Mangkubumi-JPIK East Java Launched a 7-Year Report to Monitor the Log Processing Industry

PPLH Mangkubumi-JPIK East Java Launched a 7-Year Report to Monitor the Log Processing Industry

East Java Province has an important role in the downstream distribution of timber in Indonesia with the aim of exporting to the whole world. East Java Province is also the region with the largest number of wood industry distributions. Therefore it is necessary to have a monitoring carried out by JPIK East Java on the ...

JPIK Answers For PT IMS’s response to the Report “Licensing for Criminal Acts”

In connection with the submission of responses and clarifications from PT Inti Multima Certification (IMS) by letter No. 017 / IMS-Adm / VI / 2017atas JPIK and EIA reports about STILL LICENSING FOR CRIMINAL ACTS: How the Illegal Illegal Oil Palm Company Damages the Reformation of the Wood Industry in Indonesia which was published on ...
Illegal Oil Palm and Impunity Still Undermining Indonesia’s Flagship Timber Reforms

Illegal Oil Palm and Impunity Still Undermining Indonesia’s Flagship Timber Reforms

Bogor, 7 June 2017. Timber logged illegally in and around a rogue oil palm plantation is being certified legal under Indonesia’s flagship timber certification system, despite repeated NGO reports to police, forestry enforcement officials, and certification professionals, a new report reveals. The report – Still Permitting Crime – published today by Indonesia’s Independent Forest Monitoring Network (JPIK) and ...
Making Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) work for forests, people and the climate: Civil society recommendations on the future of VPAs

Making Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) work for forests, people and the climate: Civil society recommendations on the future of VPAs

As decision makers in the European Union (EU) and timber producing countries consider the future of the FLEGT Action Plan, and its Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPA), civil society organisations and platforms from Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Liberia, Honduras, Indonesia, Republic of the Congo, Vietnam, and Europe have issued Making ...