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November 16, 1999
NGOs and community groups launched an action network against trawlers with a protest to government fisheries officials in Jakarta on August 16th.
November 15, 1999
Important new forestry legislation was forced through parliament in the final weeks of Habibie's interim regime.
November 15, 1999
Indonesia's new democratic government led by President Abdurrahman Wahid has inherited many serious problems from its predecessors....
November 15, 1999
Farmers' groups and NGOs supporting them in south-east Asia are concerned that a second Green Revolution is gathering pace, fuelled by advances in genetic engineering.
November 15, 1999
On Agrarian Day, September 24th, the prominent peasants organisation, SPSU, issued a statement urging Indonesia's Consultative Assembly (MPR) to put the interests of rural communities at the heart of the government's programme.
November 15, 1999
In South Kalimantan province, coal mining - involving Australian companies - is continuing to disrupt the lives of local communities.
November 15, 1999