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6 May 2019

Commentary: Theft of resources in Papua New Guinea

Author: Vijay Prashad, Asia Times

"Theft of resources in Papua New Guinea", 4 May 2019...

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26 March 2018

Corporate Tax Incentives and Women’s Rights

Author: Sanyu Awori, Programme Officer at IWRAW AP

Sanyu Awori, from International Women's Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific, explores the gender dimensions of corporate tax incentives.

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Article
9 January 2017

Indonesia recognizes the rights of 9 indigenous communities to their forests in unprecedented announcement by Pres. Widodo

Author: Mongabay

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Article
14 June 2016

Trees Don’t Grow in ash: A closer look at RAPP’s Forest Fire Prevention Program

Author: Muhamad Al Azhari, Jakarta Globe

2 Jun 2016...

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14 March 2016

Indonesia: Multi-stakeholder group formed to help solve problem of forest fires

Author: Muhamad Al Azhari, Jakarta Globe

"Multi-stakeholder alliance formed to fight fires in Indonesia", 11 Mar 2016...

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Article
7 January 2016

Philippines: Hotels, restos join sustainable seafood advocacy

Author: Linda Bolido, Inquirer (Philippines)

2 Dec 2015...

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Article
23 September 2015

Indonesia: NGOs challenge paper firms’ claim that forest fires start outside suppliers’ land; APP & April comment

Author: David Fogarty, Straits Times (Singapore)

“Haze: Firms feel heat as pressure mounts”, 21 Sept 2015...

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Article
10 September 2015

Panellists at intl. CSR summit argue for firms to cut greenhouse gas emissions to shoulder responsibility for climate change & protect profits

Author: Vaidehi Shah, Eco-Business

…Companies must cut their fair share of emissions – not only because they bear much responsibility for causing climate change, but their profits, brand image, and the stability of their supply chains could also be threatened if their inaction allows...

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Blog post
21 July 2015

Influence of corporations in treaty process would undermine affected communities’ interests

Author: Kate Lappin, co-authored with Haley Pedersen & Tessa Khan, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)

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22 June 2015

Indonesia: Pulp & paper company APRIL revises sustainability plan to end deforestation & harms to communities

Author: Packaging Business Review (UK)

“April goes green by giving red signal to deforestation in Indonesia”, 4 Jun 2015...

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