Asia Pulp & Paper (part of Sinar Mas)

Asia Pulp & Paper website: http://www.asiapulppaper.com

🔎 Run a search for “Asia Pulp & Paper (part of Sinar Mas)”

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Article
30 June 2020

Indonesia: Civil society organisations denounce alleged intentional destruction of community food resources by pulpwood company

Author: Eyes on the Forest News

'Civil Society Open Letter About APP’s Recurrent Violation of Farmers’ Land Rights in Jambi, Indonesia', June 3, 2020...

Read more

Article
30 June 2020

Indonesia: Criminalisation of indigenous farmer over deforestation of land disputed with paper giant

Author: Michael Taylor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

'Jailing of farmer who cut 20 trees spotlights Indonesia land conflicts', May 19, 2020...

Read more

Article
30 June 2020

Indonesia: Indigenous farmer jailed for cutting trees in long-standing land conflict with paper company

Author: Hans Nicholas Jong, Mongabay

'Indonesian court jails indigenous farmer in conflict with paper giant APP', June 2, 2020...

Read more

Article
30 June 2020

Indonesia: Indigenous farmer released under Covid-19 assimilation programme, yet land disputes between indigenous community & paper giant continue

Author: Idon Tanjung, KOMPAS.com

“Kisah Pak Bongku Warga Suku Sakai, Dipenjara gara-gara Tanam Ubi, Bebas karena Asimilasi”, 13 June 2020...

Read more

Report
29 August 2018

New guidance for companies encourages action to support civic freedoms & human rights defenders & explores opportunities for engagement

Author: Bennett Freeman with Sif Thorgeirsson, Adele Barzelay & Brooks Reed

"Shared space under pressure: Business support for civic freedoms and human rights defenders," 29 August 2018 ...

Read more

Story
6 June 2017

Report points out rights, climate, biodiversity risks investors & financiers face in Southeast Asia’s tropical forest sector

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies highlighted in the report to respond. Responses from Itochu, Marubeni, Mizuno, Oji and Wilmar are available below.

See full story

Story
14 June 2016

Indonesia: Govt. & private companies partner on forest fire prevention projects following last year’s massive fires

Last year's forest fires and resulting haze linked to the clearing of plantations reportedly resulted in economic losses of over $16 billion in Indonesia alone. The health and livelihood impacts also reached neighboring Malaysia and Singapore -- even...

See full story

Article
13 June 2016

Singapore aims to prosecute Indonesian polluters under Haze Law

Author: David Roman, Bloomberg

Singapore is prepared to prosecute any Indonesian companies found responsible for the fires that produced hazardous ash clouds last year, a minister said, standing his ground even as recent efforts to take firms to account drew ire from the country’s...

Read more

Story
3 February 2016

New land rights report says insecure land tenure is mutually detrimental for both companies & local communities

See full story

Article
15 December 2015

Indonesia: Al Jazeera tracks down companies accused of being behind plantation fires that have caused an environmental & health crisis

Author: Al Jazeera

“Indonesia: Where There's Smoke”, 9 Dec 2015...

Read more