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Collection: APP Commits to End Deforestation (photo and video) (GP0ALBFE)
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February 5, 2013. Environmental organisation Greenpeace hailed today’s commitment from Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) to end deforestation as a major breakthrough in efforts to save Indonesia’s rainforests, after a decade of public pressure and recent negotiations with Greenpeace. APP, one of the world’s largest producers of paper and packaging, has published a new ‘Forest Conservation Policy’ which, if implemented, could spell the end of its long and controversial history of rainforest destruction.
09/17/2012
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Meratus Mountain in Kalimantan
02/28/2012
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Sungai Sembilang Park in Sumatra
02/28/2012
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Peatland Forest Clearance in Sumatra
09/27/2012
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Peatland Forest Clearance in Kalimantan
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Indah Kiat Perawang Logyards
08/04/2009
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Orphaned Orangutan in Sumatra
07/10/2009
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Indigenous Boy in Plantation in Sumatra
09/27/2012
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Tiger Tour in Kalimantan
04/26/2010
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Forest Destruction in Sumatra
10/27/2009
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Acacia Pulpwood Plantation in Sumatra
08/05/2010
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Cleared Pulpwood Concession in Sumatra
02/28/2012
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Cleared Peatland Forest in Sumatra
11/09/2009
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Peatland Rainforest in Indonesia
02/04/2013
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APP Commits to End Deforestation
02/18/2013
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