Reports

In-depth investigations by Eyes on the Forest and other organizations of forest crimes in Indonesia perpetrated by palm oil, and pulp and paper companies, along with related issues. Includes external publications.

01 Sep 2003 / EoF External Publications

Hardiono et al: Identification of Wasteland in Riau, Sumatra

Hardiono, M., Jonotoro & Zulfahmi (2003) Identification of “Wasteland” in Riau, Sumatra. Wasteland is defined here as presently not or...

17 Aug 2003 / EoF External Publications / LIPI and WWF

Survey Report on Biodiversity of Tesso Nilo

Rate of lowland forest loss in Sundaic region has occurred at immense speed. The World Bank even predicted that this type of forest will disappear...

14 Aug 2003 / EoF External Publications / Pro Forest

Identifying, Managing, and Monitoring High Conservation Value Forests in Indonesia.

Rainforest Alliance & ProForest (August 2003) Identifying, Managing, and Monitoring High Conservation Value Forests in Indonesia: A Toolkit for Forest...

17 Mar 2003 / EoF External Publications / WWF

Elephant Forests on Sale: Rainforest loss in the Sumatran Tesso Nilo region and the role of European

Glastra, R. (March 2003) Elephant Forests on Sale: Rainforest loss in the Sumatran Tesso Nilo region and the role of European banks and markets. A...

07 Sep 2002 / EoF External Publications / Pro Forest

A Sourcebook for Landscape Analysis of High Conservation Value Forests Version 1

Jennings, S. & J. Jarvie. A Sourcebook for Landscape Analysis of High Conservation Value Forests (Version 1). ProForest. The key to the concept of...

10 Oct 2001 / EoF External Publications / WWF US

Vegetation Survey and Habitat Assessment of the Tesso Nilo Forest Complex

Andrew N. Gillison (2001), Vegetation Survey and Habitat Assessment of the Tesso Nilo Forest Complex. Pekanbaru, Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia: 27...

14 May 2001 / EoF External Publications / Friends of the Earth

Paper Tiger, Hidden Dragons

Ed Matthew & Jan Willem van Gelder (May 2001) Paper Tiger, Hidden Dragons: The responsibility of international financial institutions for Indonesian...

01 Dec 2000 / EoF External Publications / Cifor

Banking on Sustainability: Structural Adjustment and Forestry Reform in Post-Suharto Indonesia

In January 1998, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) signed a letter of intent with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to provide US$43 billion in...

30 Nov 2000 / EoF External Publications / Cifor

Profits on paper : The Political-Economy of Fiber, Finance and Debt in Indonesia's Pulp and Paper Industries

Since the late-1980s, Indonesia's pulp and paper industries have undergone very rapid expansion to push the country into the ranks of the world's top...