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FIVE ORANGUTANS ON THEIR WAY TO JAMBI

16. March 20160

Last week, five orang-utans were moved to the reintroduction station in Jambi. Amoy, Alda, Alam, Kedaung and Bumbu are the first orang-utans in over a year that are finding their
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SUMATRA ORANGUTAN POPULATION IS TWICE AS LARGE AS PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT – BUT THE THREAT TO THE SPECIES IS BIGGER THAN IT EVER WAS

14. March 20160

The news already spread around the world: The new study conducted by the SOCP team around Ian Singleton and Serge Wich shows that over 14’000 orangutans – a highly endangered
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RESEARCH FOR THE BENEFIT OF ORANGUTANS

29. February 20160

The research effort which is part of our orang-utan protection program is the basis for a successful reintroduction of orang-utans into the wild and for the protection of the rainforest,
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PANECO FOUNDER REGINA FREY RECEIVES ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD

23. February 20160

Today, the founder of our foundation was awarded with the «Trophée de Femmes». Each year, the «Fondation Yves Rocher» honours women who achieved something truly remarkable for our environment. This
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A «HAPPY END» FOR A VERY SPECIAL ORANGUTAN FAMILY

15. February 20160

The story of Gober and her twins Ginting and Ganteng was marked with ups and downs. Now, right on time for the twins’ fifth birthday, this story comes to an
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AFTER THE WIDESPREAD FIRES LAST YEAR: SENTENCE AGAINST PALM OIL COMPANY

8. February 20160

We received great news: Following the Kallista Alam precedent last year, a sentence was passed against another large palm oil company on Sumatra. The lobbying activities of various NGOs, among
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CLARITY AT LAST! DECLARATION OBLIGATION FOR PALM OIL

28. January 20160

Since this year, there is an obligation – also in Switzerland – to clearly declare and label palm oil as an ingredient to any product. Finally this creates transparency and
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GANTENG – AN ORANGUTAN-BOY LEARNS TO BE FREE

28. January 20160

In the past year, the four-year-old orang-utan boy Ganteng learned a lot. Born in captivity and abandoned by his family, not only did he have to acquire basic skills like
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