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PT Kandelia and PT Bios Management Plan and 2015 Monitoring report summary are now available

April 24, 2016

APCS Group Members PT Kandelia and PT Bios are pleased to announce that a summary of their Management Plan and summary of their 2015 Monitoring report are now available for any who are interested. For PT Kandelia please contact Pak Fairus Mulia (fairus.mulia@live.com) and for PT Bios please contact Pak Taufik Hidayat (elingotofik@gmail.com)

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PT Kandelia and PT Bios Management Plan and 2015 Monitoring report summary are now available

April 24, 2016

APCS Group Members PT Kandelia and PT Bios are pleased to announce that a summary of their Management Plan and summary of their 2015 Monitoring report are now available for any who are interested. For PT Kandelia please contact Pak Fairus Mulia (fairus.mulia@live.com) and for PT Bios please contact Pak Taufik Hidayat (elingotofik@gmail.com) Read more

Fight Peat Fire With Peat FireX

September 21, 2015

Peat fires are now recognized as a global threat, with significant economic, social and ecological impact. Peat fires cause serious loss of property, destruction of forest acreage, and loss of life. Because water and or foam cannot effectively penetrate thick layers of organic material, peat fires are extremely difficult to fight… until today. Safe, non toxic and biodegradab… Read more

Peat Destruction, Soil Subsidence and Flooding in South East Asia

July 14, 2015

Why is the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Conservation Project important to Indonesia, Seruyan District and APCS?  Check out the latest video on peat development impacts from Wetlands International at this link. Read more

APCS experienced the adventure!

May 12, 2015

On March 27, 2015, APCS Team was engaged in an outdoor event which was conducted as the company Team Building activity. Our Bali Team and Sampit Team, which gathered for an official occasion in Bali, went to conquer the rapid stream of Telagawaja River, in Karangasem, Bali. The weather was nice and the stream was good. 18 people were divided into 5 boats – 5 teams, fully equipped and safety… Read more

Rimba Raya Conservation Audit 2015

May 6, 2015

On July 1 2014 we officially became a subcontractor for the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Conservation Project (RRC) to manage all field operations in their 65,000 ha Ecosystem Restoration concession in Central Kalimantan.  This is the first REDD+ project in Indonesia to both receive their license from the Ministry of Forestry as well as receive verification from both the Climate, Community and Bi… Read more

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