APP in the News
10.03.2016 | TROPICAL FOREST ALLIANCE
Private Sector Companies Announce Voluntary Support to President Joko Widodo’s Peat Protection and Restoration Programme
On the occasion of the first Annual Meeting of the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020 (TFA 2020) on 10-11 March 2016 in Jakarta, several private sector companies have announced support for President Joko Widodo’s...
10.03.2016 | Sustainable Brands
Communication, Collaboration Key to Ending Deforestation
According to a report issued by the Congressional Budget Office, deforestation activity accounts for 12 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Companies such asUnilever have adopted zero-deforestation...
15.02.2016 | Narrative Matters
Episode #5 – Tony Juniper + Asia Pulp & Paper: A new foundation to atone for environmental sins
APP is one of the biggest pulp and paper companies in the world, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It manufactures about 18 million tonnes of paper products a year and sells them into 120 countries. And it is a...
08.02.2016 | Pro Print
APP’s environmental win
Paper and pulp supplier Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) has reported its conservation commitments to reduce environmental damage three years ago are being achieved. APP, which partners with Australian paper and...
04.02.2016 | Sustainable Brands
Stakeholder Collaboration Enables Accelerated Progress in APP's Peatland Management Efforts
On Thursday, Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) released a progress report on its Forest Conservation Policy (FCP), which involves four main corporate commitments that have regulated the company’s resource development...
04.02.2016 | Packaging News
APP reports accelerated progress in peatland management
Following sustained criticism and loss of business from concerns of the effects of its business operations on the environment, the paper giant launched its Forest Conservation Policy (FCP) three years ago,...
04.02.2016 | Mongabay
With haze threatening return, Indonesian forestry giant pushes peatlands restoration model
Last year some two million hectares of land in Indonesia went up in flames across Sumatra, Borneo, and the Western half of New Guinea. The conflagrations caused choking air pollution, hospitalizing hundreds of...
03.02.2016 | CSRwire
Tackling Land Conflict Should Be a Priority in Stopping Deforestation
Land conflict is a pressing issue facing many natural resource-based, agri-businesses and communities around the world. The success of addressing major global issues, such as deforestation, largely depends on...
04.01.2016 | Supply & Demand-Chain Executive
Sustainable Supply Chains and Bottom Lines—The Two Are No Longer Mutually Exclusive
Over the past year, companies such as Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, P&G and Mars publicly committed to implementing zero deforestation policies throughout their supply chains. Sustainability is evolving...
11.12.2015 | Packaging Strategies
Is it time for packaging to get personal?
Personalized packaging used to be exclusive to luxury brands and high-end gifts, but today mass consumer-friendly brands like Coca-Cola are getting personal with their customers, as we see with the Coca-Cola “...

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16.11.2016 | Laura B.
Journey to the heart of paper production in...
Our efforts to tackle climate change and deforestation start right here! Nearly four years after the launch of...
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