This post was co-authored with Anne Rosenbarger, a POTICO Fellow at Sekala.
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 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.
The World Bank Group should aim to achieve and measure poverty reduction, not palm oil investments.
Common data and clear definitions will enable the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil and REDD+ policy-makers to achieve a shared goal: sustainable oil palm expansion on degraded land in Indonesia.
A new policy to develop oil palm on degraded land could protect Indonesia’s forests. But what does “degraded” really mean?
An upcoming United States-Indonesia partnership is an opportunity to tackle deforestation.
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