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Joint Open Letter to the Consumer Goods Forum – It’s Time to Stop the Fires and Deliver on ‘No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation’ Commitments

Joint Open Letter to the Consumer Goods Forum – It’s Time to Stop the Fires and Deliver on ‘No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation’ Commitments


June 22, 2020

Dear Members of the Consumer Goods Forum:

Ten years ago, the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) made a commitment to end deforestation in member companies’ supply chains by 2020, with an emphasis on high-risk commodities such as soy, beef, palm oil, and pulp and paper. In 2014, additional companies joined this pledge as part of the New York Declaration on Forests. These commitments represented a recognition that deforestation is a serious environmental and social concern, and a major contributor ... read more

Posted on 07:15 PM in Activities, Economy, Labor & Corruption, Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Open Letters, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
Letter to Asia Pulp & Paper: PT. Bangun Rimba Sejahtera (BRS)

Letter to Asia Pulp & Paper: PT. Bangun Rimba Sejahtera (BRS)


17 March 2017

www.watchindonesia.org/wp-content/uploads/20170317-letter-to-APP-on-PT-BRS.pdf

Association with new suppliers in Bangka Belitung, PT. Bangun Rimba Sejahtera (BRS)

A group of nearly 60 Indonesian and international NGOs sent today a letter to APP director, Linda Wijaya, to express concern regarding a new possible supplier, PT. Bangun Rimba Sejahtera (PT BRS).

According to a recent NGO report, the company has a concession laying up to 85% on land used by local communities for their livelihoods. The report suggests that 100,000 people in West Bangka ... read more

Posted on 09:57 PM in Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Open Letters, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Aide-Mémoire: Menschenrechte in Indonesien 2015

Aide-Mémoire: Menschenrechte in Indonesien 2015


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German version

Posted on 04:09 PM in democracy, Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Land & Indigenous Rights, Papua, Press Freedom, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Society & Religion, Environment & Climate, Watch's Position Papers, Watch's Studies and Reports
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The Future of Paper

The Future of Paper


28 April 2015

A short video on paper cosumption

  The Future of Paper (flv, 7.224 kB)

Posted on 02:56 AM in joint position papers, Indonesia, Position Papers, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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EPN welcomes Asia Pulp and Paper’s commitment on forest restoration and conservation

EPN welcomes Asia Pulp and Paper’s commitment on forest restoration and conservation


28 April 2014

Media release

The Environmental Paper Networks (EPN) of Europe and North America cautiously welcome today’s announcement by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) of a plan to work with global and local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to restore and support the conservation of one million hectares of rainforest across Indonesia.

With its announcement, APP commits to all elements of “The First Test”, a set of Performance Milestones developed by the EPN in September last year (1), to guide the ... read more

Posted on 11:43 PM in Joint Press Releases & Statements, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Global Paper Vision

Global Paper Vision


Environmental Paper Network, March 2014

Our Vision

We share a common vision of a forest, pulp and paper industry that contributes to a clean, healthy, just and sustainable future for all life on earth. We seek a world with new consumption patterns that meet the needs of all people while eliminating waste and over-consumption, where paper production is less reliant on virgin fibre and not associated with loss of biodiversity or forests, maximises use of recycled materials, respects ... read more

Posted on 05:17 PM in joint position papers, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Für eine menschenrechtskonforme, sozial-­ und umweltverträgliche Außenwirtschaftsförderung

Für eine menschenrechtskonforme, sozial-­ und umweltverträgliche Außenwirtschaftsförderung


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Posted on 03:26 AM in Economy, Labor & Corruption, joint position papers, Human Rights, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Environment & Climate
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Angesagt – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!

Angesagt – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!


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Posted on 09:43 PM in Agro Fuels, Activities, democracy, Economy, Labor & Corruption, Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Recent Activities, Land & Indigenous Rights, Papua, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Society & Religion, Environment & Climate, SUARA magazine
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Pulp trade with APRIL – Indonesia’s lead driver of deforestation for pulp

Pulp trade with APRIL – Indonesia’s lead driver of deforestation for pulp


Berlin, 11. April 2013

Dear Mr. Krengel,

ending deforestation is a global priority for many environmental organisations including the European Environmental Paper Network, Greenpeace, Robin Wood and Watch Indonesia!. We campaign on the global drivers of deforestation including soy, palm oil, cattle and pulp & paper. Over the last decade, our campaigns have succeeded in initiating agreements to end deforestation with the main players in both the soya and cattle sector in Brazil. Within Indonesia, we have been instrumental in influencing ... read more

Posted on 08:20 PM in Economy, Labor & Corruption, Joint Open Letters, Indonesia, Open Letters, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Landnutzungsplanung in Indonesien<br>Regelungen, Chancen und Hemmnisse

Landnutzungsplanung in Indonesien
Regelungen, Chancen und Hemmnisse


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Posted on 01:56 AM in joint studies and reports, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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