Forests Publications

Rainforest-Safe Kids' Books: How do Publishers Stack Up?

RAN’s Rainforest-Safe Kids’ Books buying guide ranks eleven of the nation’s largest children book publishers for their commitments to protect Indonesia's rainforests and the environment. Disney is ranked Avoid for failing to keep rainforest destruction out of its books.

Turning the Page on Rainforest Destruction: Children's books and the future of Indonesia's rainforests

From stopping littering to addressing climate change, stories found in children’s books often help instill the first concepts of environmental stewardship. Ironically, a growing number of these books are made from paper linked to the destruction of Indonesia’s rainforests.

American Dream, Native Nightmare: A Report on Weyerhauser

New research contained in this document exposes Weyerhaeuser’s misleading marketing of “green" building products and homes, which in fact contain wood cut from endangered forests in traditional Native territory.

Rainforest-Safe Kids' Books: A Pocket Guide

Wallet-sized for easy reference, this handy guide rates the top ten publishers of US kid's books as "Recommended," "Can Do Better," and "Avoid."

Cargill’s Legacy of Destruction: Case Study of a Cargill Owned Plantation in Indonesia

A case study on PT Harapan Sawit Lestari, an oil palm plantation owned and operated by the U.S. multinational corporation, Cargill.

A Case Study of Cargill's Palm Oil Operations in Papua New Guinea

A case study on Higaturu, one of Cargill’s three oil palm plantations in Papua New Guinea.

Asia Pulp & Paper's Hidden Emissions White Paper

Asia Pulp & Paper’s Hidden Emissions: Calculating the Real Carbon Footprint of APP’s Paper

Duta Palma: Case Study of a Palm Oil Supplier in Indonesia

A case study on Duta Palma Nusantara, one of Indonesia’s top ten oil palm producers, whose dirty operations are threatening the country's rich rainforests.

White paper: Agrofuels are not low carbon

Rainforest Action Network's analysis of industrial biofuels.