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THE REINTRODUCTION AND RESEARCH STATION IN JANTHO: A TOUR

20. March 20180

Join us on a visual journey through our reintroduction and research station in Jantho. 

URGENT MEASURES FOR THE SURVIVAL OF THE TAPANULI-ORANGUTAN

22. January 20180

About a month ago it was announced: There are not only two, but three different species of orangutan.

SCIENTISTS DESCRIBE A NEW GREAT APE SPECIES IN SUMATRA

2. November 20170

Today the scientific journal Current Biology published an event that last occurred in 1915: The description of a new orangutan species.

ZEWO-EXAMINATION SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

11. October 20170

The start of October came with good news for the PanEco team: We successfully completed the re-certification of the ZEWO standard. 

ISLANDS FOR ORANGUTANS

11. September 20170

Our Sumatra Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP) wants to set up a refuge for orangutans whom we cannot release into the wild again for various individual reasons. 

EXCLUSIVE INSIGHT INTO THE SUMATRAN ORANGUTAN CONSERVATION PROGRAM SOCP

17. July 20170

Dr. Ian Singleton is coming to visit!

A SCHOOL FOR SUMATRA ORANGUTANS: WHERE YOUNG ANIMALS LEARN HOW TO CLIMB

27. June 20160

Today, Ganteng climbs as a free orangutan through the Jantho rainforest. This is the result of a training programme which was developed especially for him. Now this programme shall benefit
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PANECO ANNUAL REPORT 2015

13. June 20160

At the end of 2015 the PanEco Foundation marked 20 years of commitment. In our annual report we look back on a great year. At the same time we are
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PANECO RESIGNS FROM RSPO OVER «SHEER LEVEL OF INACTION»

7. June 20160

On the 10th of May 2016, the PanEco Foundation submitted its letter of resignation to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). The decision to leave was based on multiple
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«GREED DESTROYS THE RAINFOREST» – NO MORE CONCESSIONS

24. May 20160

«The existing palm oil concessions should be enough», says the Indonesian president Joko Widodo. This statement gives reason to hope. Widodo does not want to issue new concessions for palm
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