During the Bonn Challenge in South Sumatra on 9-10 May, the South Sumatran governor, Alex Noerdin, officially presented his provincial green growth plan to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
The landscape in the Ketapang district of West Kalimantan is under pressure from concessions for palm oil, pulp and paper, mining, and logging. IDH, Aidenvironment and Bumitama Gunajaya Agro (BGA) oil palm plantation company cooperate on a project that combines wildlife protection with sustainable production
IDH is incorporating a large Fund to work with investors, companies and local authorities on deforestation-free jurisdictions, and responsibly produced commodities like palm oil, pulp & paper, beef, soy and cocoa.
The governor of West Kalimantan, Cornelis M.H., has set out his roadmap for sustainable development, and plans to use an integrated landscape approach to support his objectives for green growth.
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