Indonésie

The index below offers access to a diverse collection of land-related publications and resources related specifically to this country, which have been classified by contributing organizations.

Country land legislations: NO entries

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World Bank Land Publications: 83 entries

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Land use and climate change [English]Year of Publication: 2009
PNPM-Rural baseline report [English]Year of Publication: 2008
Land policies in Indonesia [English]Year of Publication: 2006
Nouvelles
BOGOR, Indonésie (9 janvier 2014) – Si les décideurs politiques ne parviennent pas à évaluer soigneusement la façon dont ils définissent les forêts, ils risquent de compromettre le succès potentiel...
Nouvelles
JAKARTA—Indonesia’s rain forests are facing “legal land grabs,” non-governmental organizations (NGOs) alleged. Its ancient communities are finding that their ancestral lands are slipping into the...
Documents
Growing global demand for palm oil is fuelling the large-scale expansion of oil palm plantations across Southeast Asia and Africa. Concerns about the environmental and social impacts of the...
Documents
“The aim of the studies presented in this report  has been to pull together in a simple form, updated information about large-scale land acquisitions in the region, with the aim of...
Multimédia
“Les Amis de la Terre France et Walhi-Les Amis de la Terre Indonésie ont adressé une lettre à Nicole Bricq, Ministre du Commerce Extérieur française pour protester contre la mise en oeuvre du...
Nouvelles
“Australia has shut down the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership (KFCP), leaving most of the project’s targets unmet. When announced in September 2007, the US$47 million project was...
Multimédia
“As it’s grown, the palm oil industry has drawn scrutiny from environmental activists in Europe and the U.S. They decry the destruction of rainforests in Indonesia and Malaysia to support oil...
Documents
“Even as Indonesia promotes its forestry sector as a model of equitable and environmentally sustainable economic development, or green growth, corruption and mismanagement continue...
Nouvelles
“80 percent of the rainforests in Malaysian Borneo have been heavily impacted by logging, finds a comprehensive study that offers the first assessment of the spread of industrial logging and...
Multimédia
“Terusan village in West-Kalimantan (Indonesia) on the island of Borneo is completely surrounded by oil palm. The villagers grow rice and rubber on their ancestral lands. Recently, an oil palm...
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