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There is concern that a number of articles in the job creation bill—which is part of the Omnibus Law—may weaken environmental law enforcement in Indonesia.
Companies responsible for forest fires are not being served equal punishment. Civil suits are difficult to execute, while criminal suits do not seem to be moving forward.
Financial industries continue to disburse funds to companies involved in agricultural practices that threaten forests.
Satellite imagery and field checking on three concession sites of three firms strengthen the suspicion that companies were involved in fires that caused Rp75 trillion in losses to Indonesia.
Journalists and civil society organizations from different countries came together to uncover the alleged involvement of corporations in Indonesia’s 2019 fire season.
Prodavinci found inequalities in the distribution of health centers designated to treat COVID-19. Rural areas were underserved and distance from treatment centers is associated with higher mortality.
The selection of Col. Stephen Keane eliminates one crucial roadblock to restarting pretrial hearings in the long-running case of the five men accused of helping to plot the attack.
There is concern that a number of articles in the job creation bill may weaken environmental law enforcement. The bill poses a new threat to forests and peatlands.
The next two months will be crucial for Nazir Foead and his team at Indonesia's Peatland Restoration Agency (BRG). Peatlands have been vulnerable to fires during this time of year, and BRG has been the target of criticism.
Land and forest fires ravaged Indonesia in 2019. Satellite imagery and field checking suggest that companies were at fault. Poor law enforcement and lax regulations may trigger similar disasters in the future.
Companies responsible for forest fires in Indonesia are not being served equal punishment. Civil suits are difficult to execute, while criminal suits do not seem to be moving forward.