Borneo is burning, yet again. While possibly being the worst year on record, the fires and haze of Indonesia have received surprisingly little international media coverage. The following article will […]
Interview with Dr Birutė Galdikas, a world-renowned anthropologist, orangutan expert and conservationist.
I met Serge Marti at a Practitioner and Research Mixer organised by the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh last November. He very kindly agreed to answer some […]
A new film by the community rights support NGO, HuMA, explains the Constitutional Court’s ruling recognising that customary forests are not within State forests. While the historic ruling has opened a way […]
It was previously thought that the peat swamp forest was devoid of much biodiversity and was therefore of less interest to biologists, but through recent years researchers have found that […]
Please share and sign!! The last petition which I shared around facebook about the Tripa Peat Swamp Forest in Sumatra, gained enough signatures to help push the government to investigate […]
BBC’s Roger Harrabin recently reported on MPs considering to subsidize biofuels for power stations. See his reports here and here. This past Wednesday, they did agree on new payments for […]
“Good bureaucracy should protect environment, bad destroys environment” Without an effective government, and without combating corruption and mismanagement of land while also protecting local communities, there is no way which […]