Conservation and environmental news & publications: Indonesia
China's rising wood imports a threat to the world's forests
Because of its rapidly rising demand for wood, China is set to lead the world's wood market and ...
Forest fires in plantations threaten Indonesia's Riau Islands
WWF-Indonesia records a high frequency in forest fires in Riau, with the majority located in ...
Balinese priests end sea turtle offerings
Balinese priests have taken a stand to end sea turtle consumption in the name of tradition, as ...
Forest Conversion News No 6 - February 2005
Second-hand fishing vessels not suitable for tsunami-hit areas
WWF acknowledges that the EU is trying to help tsunami-hit areas by donating second-hand fishing ...
Tsunami disaster: WWF update one month on
It has been one month since the Asian tsunami disaster, which killed more than 280,000 people. Huge ...
First member to Nusa Hijau - the Indonesian Forest and Trade Network
P.T. Bangun Sarana Wreksa, a furniture factory in East-Java, Indonesia, signs MoU to become the ...
Tsunami tragedy: WWF on-the-ground accounts
It has been several weeks since the Sumatran earthquake and the subsequent tsunami wreaked havoc on ...
'Green reconstruction' vital in tsunami aftermath
In the aftermath of the tsunami disaster, WWF is calling on governments to support devastated ...
APP announces new purchasing policy
WWF welcomes a recent announcement by Asia Pulp and Paper that its new pulp mill in Hainan, ...