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Tanah Papua: Paru-paru dunia yang harus dijaga

Tanah Papua: Paru-paru dunia yang harus dijaga


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Posted on 07:19 PM in Agro Fuels, Indonesia, Papua, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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„Palmöl zerstört unser Leben“

„Palmöl zerstört unser Leben“


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Posted on 01:55 PM in Agro Fuels, Indonesia, Publications, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Exploitation des ressources et sécurité en Indonésie

Exploitation des ressources et sécurité en Indonésie


KOFF-Newsletter Nr. 64, 01. Februar 2008

http://www.swisspeace.ch/typo3/fileadmin/user_upload/pdf/KOFF/Newsletter/2008/64_f.pdf

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La première table ronde du KOFF consacrée cette année à l’Indonésie a montré pourquoi les conflits locaux étaient le plus souvent des conflits pour des ressources dans ce pays.

Oratrice invitée, Marianne Klute a expliqué le contexte de l’octroi de concessions pour l’exploitation des forêts primaires indonésiennes par des sociétés industrielles à Sumatra, à Kalimantan et en Papouasie occidentale. Elle a aussi exposé comment ... read more

Posted on 06:27 PM in democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Rainforest, security sector, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Bank Jerman Batal Danai Proyek MSM

Bank Jerman Batal Danai Proyek MSM


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Posted on 05:56 PM in Indonesia, Mining, Publications, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Forests in Papua: Data and Facts

Forests in Papua: Data and Facts


26th January 2008

by Marianne Klute, Watch Indonesia!

Contribution to the Forest Conference of the West Papua Network in Witten

„The last frontier“ – that’s what the environmental organisation Telapak calls the forests of Papua. During the few decades, forests have been clearcut everywhere in Indonesia. Papua is the last region with surviving large continuous forests. In recent years, however, Papua has become a hotspot for the timber industry. The forest has been vanishing rapidly, and police measures against ... read more

Posted on 03:44 PM in Indonesia, Papua, Publications, Pulp & Paper, Rainforest, Environment & Climate, Watch's Studies and Reports
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German Bank Pulls Out of Controversial Indonesian Gold Mine Scheme

German Bank Pulls Out of Controversial Indonesian Gold Mine Scheme


18th January 2008

Urgewald + Watch Indonesia!, press note

The Indonesian province of North Sulawesi is a biodiversity hotspot and harbors some of the world’s most spectacular nature areas. Northern Sulawesi is also home to a series of gold deposits, the largest of which is known by the name of Toka Tindung. Plans to establish gold mining operations here have met with widespread resistance both from local inhabitants and the Provincial government, who fear that the mines would disrupt ... read more

Posted on 08:47 AM in Economy, Labor & Corruption, Joint Press Releases & Statements, Indonesia, Mining, Publications, Environment & Climate
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Nusa Dua’s Burdened Past

Nusa Dua’s Burdened Past


Alter-Eco Issue 3 Offsetting Omissions, December 2007

UNFCCC COP-13/MOP-3

Marianne Klute, Watch Indonesia!

What a miraculous place! The beauty and luxury of Bali´s Nusa Dua peninsula has impressed many delegates at the UN Climate Conference. With its five to seven star hotels, flamboyant tropical gardens, and a white beach set on the Indian Ocean, it is one of the most luxurious destinations of the world.

But Nusa Dua has not always been at it is today. Only one generation ... read more

Posted on 05:14 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Biofuels – A new threat to climate and climate justice

Biofuels – A new threat to climate and climate justice


December 2007

“We have very serious concerns over nuclear energy, genetically modified trees, carbon capture and storage and biofuels for environmental and safety reasons. We consider that these are not ways out to combat global warming, but endangering environment and poor populations.”, Indonesian NGO Forum “The Earth will not give us the extra biomass needed to keep on existing as we do. For a while we might continue to rob this biomass from the poor tropics, but the results are already ... read more

Posted on 08:01 AM in Agro Fuels, joint position papers, Indonesia, Publications, Environment & Climate
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Bali Declaration: Protecting the world’s forests needs more than just money

Bali Declaration: Protecting the world’s forests needs more than just money


10th December 2007

Governments meeting in Bali, Indonesia for the 13th Conference of the Parties/3rd Meeting of the Parties to the United Nations’ Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), 3-14 December 2007, need to recognise that this may be our last opportunity to stop runaway climate change and that with 18-20% of annual carbon emissions being caused by deforestation, protecting our forests is a key part of this. This problem is made even more important because forests are a key part ... read more

Posted on 03:36 PM in Agro Fuels, Joint Press Releases & Statements, Indonesia, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Watch Indonesia! – Ein Selbstporträt

Watch Indonesia! – Ein Selbstporträt


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Posted on 12:00 AM in Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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