• Report: Michelin covered up industrial deforestation by its Indonesian partner in “eco-friendly” rubber venture
    • Mighty Earth
    • 06 Oct 2020

    A new report released today by environmental campaign group Mighty Earth alleges that Michelin, the world’s largest tire company, was complicit in and covered up industrial-scale deforestation of over 2,500 hectares of rainforest in the run-up to the launch of its flagship ‘eco-friendly’ sustainable natural rubber joint venture project in Sumatra, Indonesia.

  • Indonesia’s big projects threaten farmers, fishermen and indigenous communities
    • Asia News
    • 03 Oct 2020

    The Indonesian government has major plans to develop strategic infrastructures and agricultural projects, but for farmers, fishermen and indigenous communities, this represents a threat to their livelihoods, food, water, and even homes.

  • UAE agricultural giant invests in 100,000 hectares, Minister of Environment and Forestry will prepare the land
    • Agro Indonesia
    • 30 Sep 2020

    The Minister of Environment and Forestry said she would prepare the land needed for investment by the United Arab Emirates agricultural giant, Elite Agro LLC.

  • Press release: Stop food estate plans in Papua
    • Pusaka
    • 29 Sep 2020

    Ten civil society organizations (CSOs) members of Civil Society Coalition Against Food Estate in Papua strongly reject President Jokowi’s plan to develop a food estate with an area of ​​2,052,551 ha.

  • Hentikan rencana Food Estate di Papua
    • Pusaka
    • 29 Sep 2020

    Pemerintahan Indonesia kembali merencanakan pembangunan food estate di Papua, dengan dalih untuk mengantisipasi kelangkaan dan krisis pangan akibat pandemic Covid19. Proyek dengan luas 2.052.551 hektar ini akan berlokasi di kawasan hutan Kabupaten Merauke, Mappi dan Boven Digoel.

  • Proyek lumbung pangan UEA di Kalteng terkendala, menteri LHK turun tangan
    • Warta Ekonomi
    • 28 Sep 2020

    Elite Agro LLC, perusahaan sektor pertanian asal Uni Emirat Arab (UEA), mulai menjajaki kerja sama bidang pertanian food estate atau lumbung pangan di Kalimantan Tengah dengan luas lahan 100 ribu hektare.

  • Indonesia starts developing controversial food estate project
    • Reuters
    • 23 Sep 2020

    Indonesia has started developing a food estate to grow rice, corn and other crops. The project is expected to cover an area of 770,000 hectares (1,903,000 acres), or more than ten times the size of Singapore.

  • Suku Awyu, menuntut pemerintah cabut izin perusahaan kelapa sawit
    • Pusaka
    • 07 Sep 2020

    Lebih dari 50 warga Suku Awyu melakukan aksi unjuk rasa di Kantor DPRD Boven Digoel dan Kantor Bupati Boven Digoel menuntut pemerintah mencabut izin perkebunan kelapa sawit yang telah beroperasi dan sedang merencanakan perluasan lahan perkebunan di wilayah adat Suku Awyu.

  • Elite Agro invests in Indonesia
    • FruitNet
    • 04 Sep 2020

    Indonesia's Minister of State-Owned Enterprises said that the aim was to boost food security in the country and improve the quality of domestically grown products to give them export value, with a view to exporting to countries in Africa and the Middle East.

  • Pemain baru mulai babat hutan dalam proyek perkebunan sawit raksasa di Papua
    • The Gecko Project
    • 28 Aug 2020

    Digoel Agri Group mulai beroperasi dalam mega proyek yang diperebutkan investor dari seluruh dunia. Perusahaan-perusahaan yang dimiliki keluarga elit politik di Indonesia dan investor dari Selandia Baru mulai menebangi hutan di kawasan yang disebut-sebut akan jadi perkebunan terbesar di dunia.

  • Kronologi ketua adat Kinipan diseret dan ditangkap polisi
    • CNN Indonesia
    • 27 Aug 2020

    Ketua Komunitas Adat Laman Kinipan Effendi Buhing ditangkap polisi Polda Kalimantan Tengah (Kalteng), Rabu (26/8) siang. Penangkapan ini diduga terkait dengan konflik lahan antara masyarakat adat tersebut dengan sebuah perusahaan sawit.

  • Indonesian farmers walk 1,800-km to protest against evictions
    • Reuters
    • 24 Aug 2020

    More than 100 farmers gathered outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday, having walked about 1,800 km (1,118 miles) from the island of Sumatra to protest against forced evictions from long-running land conflict with a state-owned plantation company, PT Perkebunan Nusantara II (PTPN II).

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