Forest Fires Haze: New Greenpeace report reveals alarming health impacts and links to severity of COVID-19.
Greenpeace has proved that between August 2018 and June 2020, around 3,500 ha of peatland was destroyed in three concessions either owned or that are major suppliers to APP.
The project will see at least 165,000 hectares of carbon-rich peatlands in Kalimantan transformed into rice fields.
Description of coal finance has not changed since last year, and its exception provisions still allow the bank to provide financing to coal-fired power projects.
Indonesian government must start thinking realistically and focus on investing in renewable energy that is safer, cheaper, and cleaner for the country and its future.
Some of the world’s best known consumer brands are fueling climate change by sourcing palm oil and wood pulp linked to Indonesian forest fires.