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TriplePundit’s Phil Covington has just returned from a trip to Indonesia to look at deforestation issues and the sustainable turnaround of Asia Pulp and Paper, one of the world’s largest paper and pulp companies.

Saplings at APP’s nursery will become future plantation trees.

Study Confirms APP’s Expansion Plans Won’t Require Natural Rainforest Pulp

"We are pleased to be able to reassure everyone that APP and its suppliers have sufficient resource for the company’s 100 percent plantation…
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Greenpeace: Positive Progress Report On APP’s Forest Conservation Policy

"Our view, nine months in, is that the company is serious about its FCP plans and its key senior staff are genuinely committed…
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Interview: Asia Pulp and Paper’s Aida Greenbury on APP’s Forest Conservation Policy

Phil Covington interviews Aida Greenbury, Managing Director, Sustainability & Stakeholder Engagement at APP after having seen the company's plantation forests in Riau Province,…
Plantation forest.

Photo Essay: Helicopter Flyover of Sumatran Biosphere Reserve and APP Plantations

The following photo essay was created during my visit to Asia Pulp and Paper's (APP) Perawang paper mill and plantation forests in Riau…
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Asia Pulp and Paper’s Forest Clearing Moratorium in Indonesia is Holding

The moratorium is standing up, and things are heading in the right direction - but this is a big task and there is…