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Nat Geo Dissociates From Asian Pulp And Paper Due To Logging Concerns

Nat Geo Dissociates From Asian Pulp And Paper Due To Logging Concerns

National Geographic Society has broken ties with Asian Pulp and Paper after a report revealed that the company was using endangered Indonesian ramin trees for its paper products.

Asia Pulp & Paper Cleans Up Image With New Water Purification Project

Asia Pulp & Paper Cleans Up Image With New Water Purification Project

After a recent fiasco over the Senepis Tiger Sanctuary in Sumatra, paper giant Asia Pulp & Paper Group has embarked on a new initative to provide clean and safe water to communities in Indonesia.

Asia Pulp & Paper Denies Clear Cutting Allegations In Senepis Tiger Sanctuary

Asia Pulp & Paper Denies Clear Cutting Allegations In Senepis Tiger Sanctuary

Asia Pulp & Paper denies allegations of clear cutting inside the Senepis Tiger Sanctuary, and says that the Sanctuary has been preserved as dense, natural forest.

WWF: Asia Pulp & Paper Is Illegally Cutting Down Trees Of Senepis Tiger Sanctuary

WWF: Asia Pulp & Paper Is Illegally Cutting Down Trees Of Senepis Tiger Sanctuary

A new report by a Sumatra-based NGO, Eyes on the Forest, alleges that paper giant Asia Pulp & Paper is conducting clear cutting operations in the protected forests of the Senepis Tiger Sanctuary.