Ngea’s admittance of guilt, Isabel Province tribal leader believes, should prompt the Solomon Islands Government to seize the illegally felled logs and return them to landowners. But things were not to be.
Conservationists fear that PNG’s extraordinary species could soon fall to axe and bulldozer due to illegal logging
The global climate talks on protecting rainforests is a step in the right direction against illegal logging, according to the governor of PNG’s Oro Province
The decision to stop all large scale logging by 2030 is an agenda PNG has always advocated. The biggest question now is, how do we get compensated, says Wera Mori
Pressure from local communities is mounting to take further action on unsustainable and illegal logging activities in the Solomon Islands
ACT NOW calls on PNGFA to stop issuing all forms of logging consents and not just timber permits
PNG Environment Minister to send officers to investigate and establish the level of pollution and environmental destruction that occur by foreign companies.
CEPA suspends two logging companies based on reports of environmental pollution and delivering false information.
China is the major buyer of wood from PNG and Solomon Islands, that are implicated in illegal or unsustainable logging
The timber industry in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands despite creating jobs has also resulted in pollution, environmental devastation and food insecurity