Corruption, Land Conflict and Forest Destruction: an Asia Pulp and Paper case study from Sumatra, Indonesia

Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), Indonesia and China's biggest pulp and paper company, is rapidly clear cutting and draining huge areas of Indonesia's diverse rainforests and peatlands. The logging giant then converts the degraded land into monoculture acacia pulp wood plantations to make cheap paper products. This deforestation is devastating communities and their livelihoods and driving species like the Sumatran tiger toward extinction. Despite government issued permits, serious legal uncertainties remain concerning APP's business.

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Calculating the Real Carbon Footprint of APP’s Paper: APP’s 2006 total emissions were higher than those of 165 countries around the world.