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Below are several case analysis that have been done by CIFOR Scientists:
Stopping deforestation in the Natural Forest Area with ILEA (Case Study
of Riau Governor Policy of granting Annual Work Plan (RKT) and Exhibit Work
(BK) on a number of Industrial Plantation Forest in 2004)
Based on data from the Forestry Service of Riau Province in 2004, the
Governor of Riau published 10 Annual Work Plan (RKT) and Exhibit Work (BK)
Business License Timber Forest Product Utilization of Forest Plants (IUPHHK-HT)
or the Industrial Plantation Forest (HTI) of the permit issued by the
Ministry of Forestry and a number of Regent in Riau. Jikalahari invite other
interested parties to discuss this case through the concept of Integrated
Law Enforcement Approach (ILEA).
This concept was developed by CIFOR in which a concept approach to stop
deforestation or destructive logging in production forests. ILEA approach
using the Corruption Act and the Act on Money Laundering (AML) for
memujudkan goal. In this paper will discuss how the use of the ILEA to stop
deforestation or destructive logging in production forests by using policy
case studies of provision of Riau Governor's Annual Work Plan (RKT) and
Exhibit Work (BK) on a number of Industrial Plantation Forest in 2004.
The study was conducted in collaboration with Jikalahari.
Please contact the ILEA
Team to get Working paper
Case Study PT.Tunggul Buana Perkasa, in East Kalimantan
This study will examine the decision of Tarakan District Court No.62/Pid.B/2007/PN.TRK
related illegal logging crimes committed by the defendant Gusti Syaifuddin,
SH. The case is reviewed because it is one case of illegal logging received
considerable attention of the public which involved Maj. Jen. Gusti
Syaifuddin. Gusti suspected of cutting out the logging license area it has
about 2,000 ha.
PT Buana Perkasa's Tunggul suspects through two contractors, Arifin and
Darul Hakim, has made illegal as far as 14 km outside the area harvested
since 1999. March 2006, Timtastipikor and special teams from police have
seized 6200 M3 illegal felling of timber PT Tunggal Perkasa Buana. From
looting timber, the state impaired approximately USD 3.4 billion.
This study examined the possibility of law enforcement when the case was
placed in a frame integrated law enforcement approach (ILEA). This approach
is used to analyze the relevant legal materials while viewing the crime
related to illegal logging (illegal logging) with corruption, destruction of
forests (environmental crime) and money laundering.
This paper was written in collaboration with IHSA Kaltim.
Please contact ILEA Team to get
Free Verdict on Corruption
and Money Laundering Case in Forestry With Suspect Marthen Renuw [working paper]
legal annotation will discuss consideration of investigators, attorney and
the judges in MR case. The paper used the court material like the
investigation resume, the charges and the verdict. Part 2 of this paper will
explain the review on investigation result and review on charges by the
judges in part 3. Part 4 will talk about the judges considerations and the
verdict itself. The last part of this paper is the conclusion and
working paper are written by Bambang Setiono and was presented on "Eksaminasi
Putusan Perkara Marthen Renuw" carried out by Indonesian Corruption Watch [ICW],
May 2008. The summary of that public examination has ICW published on "Aparat yang Tidak Berpihak pada Pemberantasan Illegal Logging: Hasil
Eksaminasi Publik terhadap Putusan Pengadilan Negeri Jayapura dalam Perkara
Tindak Pidana Korupsi dan Pencucian Uang, dengan terdakwa Kom. Pol. Marthen
Renuw”, at February 2009.
Please contact the ILEA
Team to get Working paper
- Illegal forest activities in Berau and Kutai Timur: impacts, driving forces and remedies...
analyzing all types of extractive and and processing forestry activities,
the study identifies illegalities associated with these operations and
assesses their economic, social/livelihood and environmental impacts. It
also identifies the key driving forces behind illegal forest activities and
proposes corrective measures...
This brief report are written by Obidzinski, K.; Andrianto, A.; Hernawan, D.; Belle, C.W.; Kusumawati, R. Published by CIFOR, 2006.
- Learning lessons to promote forest certification and control illegal logging in Indonesia
....This report assesses the situation in
Indonesia, including a quantitative estimation of illegally produced logs,
discusses the causes of illegal logging, and describes the national and
international policy and trade context....
This book is written by Tacconi, L.; Obidzinski, K.; Agung, F. Published
by CIFOR, 2004.
- Cross-border timber trade in Indonesia: critical or overstated problem? Forest governance lessons from Kalimantann
...This paper shows the core of the illegal logging problem lies not in timber smuggling in remote
locations but in licensed forestry operations that engage in gross overharvesting and violate shipping regulations. These actions, in turn, are
necessitated by a vast supply-demand disparity in Indonesia’s woodworking sector. The current timber trade system in Indonesia ....
This article are written by Obidzinski, K.; Andrianto, A.; Wijaya, C.
Published in Journal of International Forestry Review, Vol: 9(1), 2007
- The cross border timber trade in Kalimantan: will stopping timber smugglers help solve the illegal logging problem in Indonesia?
.....and if timber smuggling was stopped,
the illegal logging problem in Indonesia would be under control. These are
sweeping assumptions that so far have not been systematically analyzed. This
study was aimed to look more comprehensively at the dynamics, extent, nature
and modus operandi of timber smuggling between Indonesia and Malaysia in
Kalimantan and to assess the claims that are being made about ...
This brief report are written by Obidzinski, K.; Andrianto, A.; Wijaya,
C.; Hernawan, D.; Belle, C.W.