Jan 27, 2022 Last Updated 1:11 AM, Jan 18, 2022

Corporate Social Responsibility

Stories from Sulawesi

The 2009 mining law and the community benefit in Sulawesi

Mining and equitable development

Mining dominates East Luwu GDP but development of agriculture underpins equitable development

Empty promises

The Clean Development Mechanism has failed to deliver

Prosperity denied

Mining is booming in East Nusa Tenggara, but where is the wealth going?

Development for the rich

Gated communities are built with little concern for their social and environmental impacts

Tangguh goes onstream

BP’s massive LNG project is due to begin operations in late 2008, despite social and environmental costs

Back to the drawing board

NGOs are having to come to terms with the demands of the governance agenda

Trouble in Paradise

A land conflict on the tourist island of Gili Trawangan dates back decades

Un-natural disaster

An unstoppable flow of mud from an explosion in a gas well in Sidoarjo, East Java, has unleashed a plethora of political issues.

Freeport's troubled future

Without Suharto, who will protect Freeport from itself?

Corporate social responsibility?

Just a public relations exercise that undermines workers’ rights

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