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Hardi Baktiantoro | September 18, 2014
DARE TO CAMPAIGN & CAMPAIGN TO BE DARE

A hectic traffic. More than 500 people campaigning in front of Hotel Santika Medan, where place of the annual meeting of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). They demand a lot of aspects to palm oil businessmen. Their representative from Walhi, negotiating with the RSPO members, and make a deals. All the security & police working hard to secure this meeting, to prevent external threats. while offguard, 3 members of APE Crusaders is planning something. they straight away get into the meetings. The next day, all the security institution keep an eye to anticipating the external threats. we already rent ...>>Read More

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Paulinus Kristianto | September 04, 2014
PICKING UP THE PERSON OF THE FOREST

Doctor Ira is a dentist who was assigned in the village of Batu  Timbau, District of Batu Ampar, East Kutai, East Kalimantan. Its been 3 years she served the village and Drg. Ira is personally an animal lovers, until accidentally she met with a baby orangutan kept by the locals, the baby's condition according to drg. Ira is in very bad conditions. Because of that pity feelings, that make drg. Ira finally decided to take the orangutan from its owner and bring the orangutans home in Batu Ampar. drg. Ira works at the health center were located quite far from ...>>Read More

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| August 27, 2014
JAVAN LANGUR TRADER ARRESTED IN EAST JAVA

Surabaya - Reskrimsus Tipiter (Specific Crime) East Java Police with Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) and Anmals Indonesia arrested a javan langur trader in Lumajang, East Java, on wednesday 27 August 2014. The police secure 4 protected species of javan langur (Trachypitecus auratus) from the suspect. This specialist langur traders, became the target of the operation of the East Java Police team since a long time ago. "From the suspects, the team secured 4 baby Javan langur (Trachypitecus auratus). Langur babies were sold for Rp. 500,000 - Rp. 600,000 per head. But efforts to sell protected wildlife successfully thwarted when a team from ...>>Read More

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| August 19, 2014
RSPO SHOULD REFORMING THEIR COMPLAINTS SYSTEM

RSPO should be immediately sent a team to the field to verify the reports of violations regarding principles and criteria that conducted by their members. This action should be done immediately to avoid protracted - dissolution of cases that ultimately harm wildlife as well as the credibility of the company. Thus one of the important points in the workshop of the RSPO members regarding RSPO complaints system in Bandung on 18 - 19 August 2014 The conflict between COP and Bumitama is one of the prominent case. It takes more than 1 years, to solve this case. All the improvements that has ...>>Read More

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| August 19, 2014
INTERNATIONAL ORANGUTAN DAY AT SABANG ISLAND

Sabang - Every 19th August, the world celebrating International Orangutan Day, where this celebration as a form of concern about the fate of the great apes of Asia from Indonesia. The orangutan activists around the world expressed their forms of support in various ways to commemorate International Orangutan Day. Some of them is taking a photo as a 'message' to the world in order to celebrating International Orangutan Day. This thing is also done by Ratno Sugito, one of Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) Volunteer who taking part as orangufriends in Banda Aceh. Ratno drive his motorcycle from where he live ...>>Read More

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| July 25, 2014
HOLIDAY WITHOUT CIRCUS ATTRACTION AND TAKING PHOTO WITH THE ANIMALS

Jogjakarta - Ied fitri day became holiday for the most citizen of Indonesia. Some of the zoo held a circus attraction and put the animals as the photo object to get visitor attention. The zoo was not supposedly showed this attraction just for get the visitor attentions. Because circus attraction and taking photo with the animals is not good for the animal itself nor even educated the visitors. “When the ied fitri coming, it was the hardest time for the animals because they have to work extra to interact with the visitors.” And the big amount for the visitors that ...>>Read More

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