Catching the ‘big fish’: How banks can stop environmental crime in Indonesia

It was the US$100 million in his bank account that gave him away. There was no legitimate reason why Labora Sitorus, a low ranking police officer in Sorong in Indonesia’s West Papua province, should be quite so wealthy. As it turned out, Sitorus had a nice little earner on the side – illegal logging. In... Read more

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