Indonesian families have been left with empty promises for decades. Here’s how activists, government and the private sector can help them
Indonesia’s defence minister promotes cassava on the world stage, but in Borneo his pet project has failed
An opaque system supposed to improve rural livelihoods has left villagers waiting for profits — and answers
Our investigation sheds light on a hidden crisis in the global palm oil industry
We invited consumer goods firms to comment on a summary of the findings from our plasma investigation. Here are their responses.
A photo essay from southern Papua
The cultural dimensions of food insecurity in Papua.
An interview with anthropologist Chris Chancellor
Legal loopholes have made it difficult to prosecute companies involved in corruption scandals, until now.
Our recent investigation reveals tensions between policies to protect Indonesian rainforest and a desire for investment at any cost.
How a grassroots fight for land rights connects to recent protests across Indonesia.
Ten takeaways from “Saving Aru”
And what it says about how to fix the nation’s deforestation and land rights crisis.
An interview with anthropologist Sophie Chao
What you need to know from our groundbreaking investigation, The secret deal to destroy paradise
The KPK may yet have a chilling effect on companies' ability to operate with impunity across vast areas of unexploited rainforest.
An exclusive interview with one of Indonesia’s foremost indigenous rights activists.
There is every indication that permit selling in the agribusiness and extractive sectors is rife across Indonesia, even if the true extent remains hidden.
Our investigation reveals the deep connections between the palm oil industry and the corruption of Indonesian democracy.
An investigative series shining new light on the corruption behind Indonesia’s deforestation and land rights crisis.