Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono made a bold and courageous decision this week
How can Indonesia—the world’s fourth-most populous country and an emerging economic powerhouse—
This post originally appeared in the Jakarta Post.
Can the world have its palm oil and forests, too? This is an issue that my colleague and I discussed a while back.
This post was co-authored with Anne Rosenbarger, a POTICO Fellow at Sekala.
Today WRI releases a working paper that provides new information about Indonesia’s moratorium on new fo
By Beth Gingold and Fred Stolle on June 9, 2011
A summary of key elements, and unanswered questions, in Indonesia’s recent moratorium on new forest permits.
By Jonathan Lash and Nigel Sizer on April 26, 2011
This piece originally appeared in the Washington Post Environmental Leadership supplement on April 20, 2011, and is reposted with permission.
By Beth Gingold, Moray McLeish, Kemen Austin, and Rauf Prasodjo on April 22, 2011
A highly anticipated two-year moratorium on new forest conversion permits could bring fundamental improvements to forest and land management in Indonesia.
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