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Community anger is being directed at the newly completed plant in South Sumatra
February 15, 2000
The need to control transnational mining companies. A Canadian case study.
February 15, 2000
Companies are hinting they may withhold further investment if conditions don't improve.
February 15, 2000
The people of Porsea and environmental groups were delighted by Environment Minister Sonny Keraf's recommendation to the Cabinet on January 18th that PT Inti Indorayon's paper pulp and rayon fibre plant should be closed down or relocated.
February 15, 2000
It is no coincidence that JATAM's November meeting was held at the northern tip of Sulawesi.
February 15, 2000
Indonesian communities and NGOs have called for a moratorium on large-scale mining in Indonesia
February 15, 2000
Transmigration, the government programme which resettles families from Java and Bali to lesser populated islands, has contributed to underlying tensions between communities in Maluku, recent scene of bloody clashes between Muslims and Christians.
February 15, 2000