Two Worlds Collide
Construction in Japan is driving destruction in Malaysia's last rainforests. Will Japan change its ways ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?
Inside Malaysia's Shadow State
For 30 years, Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud ruled Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state. Today less than 5 per cent of the state’s once vast rainforests have been spared from logging or conversion to plantations.
Death of a Comrade
Our ex-colleague and friend Chut Wutty died defending the forests that sustained him and thousands others.
The Cost of Luxury
The Chinese craze for antique-style furniture has given rise to a multi-million dollar timber smuggling operation in Cambodia, and is driving rare trees to extinction.
Forest Carbon, Cash & Crime
Alarm bells are ringing. REDD+ is simply too big to monitor. The potential for criminality is vast and has not been taken into account.