Analysis of Timber Trade In the Indonesia–Malaysia (Kalimantan) Border Zone
This study is a rapid, comprehensive appraisal of timber smuggling
activities from Kalimantan to the Sarawak and Sabah regions of Malaysia to understand
the dynamics, extent, location, major actors, volumes and values, and modus
operandi of such activities. The study aims to:
- Identify weaknesses in current efforts to control cross-border
timber traffic and advise on solutions for Indonesian
and Malaysian governmental institutions.
- Inform ongoing debate among Indonesian and Malaysian government
institutions, NGOs and research organisations about the contribution of
cross-border timber smuggling to the illegal logging problem in Indonesia.
This will include detailed documentation of the problem where it is found to
US$ 92 000
Indonesia and Malaysia