Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/PT-Kartika-Cipta-Pratama--PT-KCP--Oil-Palm-Concession-in-Papua-27MZIFJWJJZZF.htmlDownloadConceptually similarPT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) in PapuaGP0STT0OVCompleted★★★★PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) in PapuaGP0STT0OXCompleted★★★★★★PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) in PapuaGP0STT0OZCompleted★★★★PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) Oil Palm Concession in PapuaGP0STRV1NCompleted★★★★★★PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) Oil Palm Concession in PapuaGP0STT0OYCompleted★★★★PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) Oil Palm Concession in PapuaGP0STT0OTCompleted★★★★★★Forest Clearance in Southern PapuaGP0STS4C1Completed★★★★Forest Clearance in Southern PapuaGP0STS4C3Completed★★★★Forest Clearance in Southern PapuaGP0STS4C4Completed★★★★View AllGP0STT0OWPT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) Oil Palm Concession in PapuaEquipment and construction material on PT Kartika Cipta Pratama (PT KCP) oil palm concession, part of the Hayel Saeed Anam group which has a number of palm oil related interests including Pacific Inter-Link which controls HSA's palm oil refining and trading interests. The area is the site planned for the construction of the Tulen Jayamas Timber Industries timber processing facility, part of a joint venture between Pacific Inter-link and Bumimas Raya, a partner of the Shin Yang group, among others.Locations:Boven Digoel Regency-Indonesia-Papua-Southeast AsiaDate:1 Apr, 2018Credit:© Ulet Ifansasti / GreenpeaceLatitude:6°22'56.56"SMaximum size:5667px X 3778pxLongitude140°18'22.22"EKeywords:Aerial view-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-Rivers-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Investigation on Deforestation in Papua 2018A palm oil supplier to Mars, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever is destroying rainforests in Papua, Indonesia, a new investigation by Greenpeace International has revealed. Photos taken in March and April 2018 show massive deforestation in PT Megakarya Jaya Raya, a palm oil concession controlled by the Hayel Saeed Anam Group (HSA).Satellite analysis suggests PT MJR cleared around 4,000ha of rainforest between May 2015 and April 2017 – an area almost half the size of Paris. The destruction resumed in September/October 2017, including within the peatland protection zone, introduced by the Indonesian government in response to the devastating forest fires in 2015. Development is prohibited in these areas.