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Musim Mas Goes Green With New Palm Oil Pledge - 29 Mar, 2015
Jakarta. Musim Mas, one of Indonesia’s biggest traders in palm oil, has announced that it has joined the Indonesian Palm Oil Pledge, environmental group Greenpeace said in its press release. Read more...

Aceh unveils protected area in beleaguered Tripa peat swamp - 27 Mar, 2015
As Indonesia's Supreme Court prepares to rule on an appeal from oil palm developer Kallista Alam, ordered to pay a staggering Rp366 billion ($28 million) in fines and reparations for cut-and-burning forest in the Tripa peat swamp region, the Aceh government has established a protected zone in the company's former concession, the culmination of a months-long program to rehabilitate the area. Read more...

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Enhancing Sustainability of
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Guidelines on Integrated
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Field Visit in Riau, 13-14 November 2014
APFP-SEApeat Closing workshop, 10-12 November 2014.
Workshop on Sustainable Peatland Management, Nay Pyi Taw, 30 Jan 2014
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The ASEAN Peatland Forests Project (APFP) was completed in 2014. SEApeat activities will continue up to June 2015, and a new project for peatland conservation in Southeast Asia is under development.


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