Indonesia: Leading paper firm pledges to halt Indonesian deforestation

March 2013
CFA Newsletter;Mar2013, Issue 60, p19
The article reports on the decision of Asia Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd. (APP) to end the clearing of forest across its supply chain by preserving high-carbon stock rainforests in Indonesia. The move marks the victory for green campaigners, as paper made from the pulped has been found in products across the world. Managing director for sustainability Aida Greenbury says that they were keen to show an example to the rest of the industry.


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