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Minister of Environment and Forestry, Siti Nurbaya, spotted an illegal logging activity during a hot spot monitoring from a helicopter above Jambi.
Deforestation in Indonesia is difficult to monitor due to the unavailability of fixed reference that regulates forest conservation.
Around 1,300 hectares of mangrove forest in East Kalimantan is damaged as the result of illegal logging.
The FAO highlighted high deforestation rate occurring in Indonesia that reaches 680,000 hectare per year.
Forest Watch Indonesia says that deforestation in Indonesia is among the highest in the world despite the decline in the deforestation rate
A report released by the Environmental Investigation Agency highlighted the weak oversight of timber utilization permit.
Local residents in Riau claimed that several companies are drying out peatlands, making it easily combustible.
Aceh has made commitment to implement REDD+ program.
The Central Kalimantan regional police have once again arrested six suspects for burning forests.
The people are investigated in 140 cases.
Police have been waiting for the suspect to make his move before making the arrest.
The loss of Rp19 trillion is higher than the forest revenues which stand at Rp1.25 trillion.
The task force raided a wooden warehouse that allegedly contained illegal logs.
ICW urges law enforcers to crack down companies that have committed these crimes
Using a smartphone, a noise from a chainsaw used by illegal loggers can be heard and the phone will automatically send a short message.
Brawijaya University students campaign for the use of recycled paper to protest the increasing amount of illegal logging.
Indonesia and Norway continues to strengthen the partnership between them in a bid to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.
Vice President Jusuf "JK" Kalla pointed out a huge mistake in the forest management in the past.
Expensive bricks and cement had urged residents to shift to using woods as their primary building material.