Eco-Business recently visited Asia Pulp and Paper’s newly built pulp mill in South Sumatra, a US$2.6 billion beast that environmentalists fear will eventually eat into natural forest when the supply of plantation wood runs out. Here are some scenes from the ground.
Eco-Business recently visited a palm oil plantation belonging to Golden Agri Resources (GAR) to see how the company is tackling a culture of land burning in West Kalimantan, an area of Indonesia that was ravaged by the haze-making fires of 2015. Here are some scenes from the ground.
A year and a half after the worst bout of haze ever to hit Southeast Asia, Eco-Business investigates how the world's second largest palm oil company is living up to a promise to stop the burning of peat forests to make way for plantations.