Markets and merchants: the forest products trade of East Kalimantan in historical perspective. MA thesis, Department of Rural Sociology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA (unpublished). Rattan Information Centre, Forest Research Institute. 1984. Country report, Indonesia. Proceedings of the rattan seminar, 2 4 October 1984.
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Oct 25, 2018 · Enhancing S''wakKalimantan trade 0. By Churchill Edward, [email protected] on October 25, 2018, Thursday at 12:01 AM Sarawak.
focus on three provinces: South Sumatra, East Kalimantan, and East Java. To assist U.S. firms in realizing potential new opportunities, the U.S. Embassy will lead trade missions to the three target provinces in late 2012. Indonesia Economic and Business Opportunity Overview
Alibaba offers 158 kalimantan agarwood products. About 12% of these are incense, 10% are religious crafts, and 8% are bracelets & bangles. A wide variety of kalimantan agarwood options are available to you, such as art & collectible, religious.
Aug 01, 2017 · Kalimantan, or the Indonesian portion of Borneo, became independent in 1945. The economy of Kalimantan relies heavily on natural resources including forestry and oil extraction, as well as tourism and trade. The province of South Kalimantan, for example, is one of Indonesia''s largest producers of wood.
Studies have indied that 200500 orangutans from Indonesian Borneo alone enter the pet trade each year. This represents a real threat to wild orangutan populations as orangutans have an extremely low reproductive rate. There is also trade in orangutan parts in Kalimantan, with orangutan skulls fetching up
Banjarmasin is the capital of South Kalimantan, Indonesia is loed on a delta island near the junction of the Barito and Martapura rivers. As a result, Banjarmasin is sometimes called the "River City". Its population was 625,395 at the 2010 Census and estimated to be more than 720,000 in late 2017.
Oct 01, 2009 · Once an important cultural crossroads, and because of its strategic loion in the trade route of neighboring countries, this province is easily accessible from Jakarta and Singa pore. Like other Kalimantan provinces, this land is also rich of unexplored natural resources, such as minerals and precious stones. The Special Sights
The Port of Banjarmasin is the capital of South Kalimantan province in Indonesia. The Port of Banjarmasin is loed between the rivers Martapura and Barito on the delta island of Tapas on Borneo''s south coast. Called the "River City," rivers and streams in the Port Banjarmasin are used as roads, and houses are raised on piles or rafts.
But by 15th century, Islamic had great impact on Kalimantan and was rapidly embraced by the different kingdoms in the island. In the early 1600s, the Dutch began to establish trading agreements in Kalimantan and gained monopoly of the spice trade in Banjarmasin and diamond trade in Sambas.
Golddiggers, Farmers, and Traders in the ''Chinese Districts'' of West Kalimantan, Indonesia. This study examines the changing role of the Chinese community of West Kalimantan, particularly its economic and social relationships. Heidhues explores the history of the community from the early nineteenth century establishment of the kongsis to
Rural areas in Kalimantan, the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, host a thriving trade in wild birds, threatening the survival prospects of several species. Photo courtesy of Planet Indonesia. Miller said his team''s findings uncovered just "a fraction of the picture" of the true extent of the wild trade
TIMBER TRADE ACROSS THE BORDER IN WEST KALIMANTAN. In comparison to East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan has a much more intense history of cross border interactions with the Malaysian state of Sarawak, particularly overland. One of the largest ethnic groups in West Kalimantan are the Iban, who are also a dominant indigenous community in Sarawak.
The cross border timber trade in Kalimantan: will stopping timber smugglers help solve the illegal logging problem in Indonesia? Indonesian forestry officials, timber industry associations, NGOs and research institutions are of the opinion that timber smuggling is a key contributor to the illegal logging problem in Indonesia. It is often stated
Sabah Economy. Timber export was the main resource of Sabah''s economy, but with efforts to save forests and its flora and fauna, palm oil trade has emerged as an alternative trade. Other agricultural products that Sabah trades in, includes rubber and cacao along with fisheries and vegetables.
Arrests in Kalimantan and Sabah for dealing in protected species. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, July 2018—Wildlife enforcement authorities across Borneo sent a strong message this month that trading in protected species will not be tolerated.
CITES is an international agreement between governments, aimed to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.
The men`s baskets are undecorated, whileanjat feature intrie designs. Commercial overharvesting has already eradied wild rattan from the forests of western and central Kalimantan. The Rattan Project, an Indonesian nonprofit organization based in East Kalimantan, helps local farmers to develop sustainable, cultivated supplies of rattan.
The village of Cempaka, and other villages near Martapura in South Kalimantan are sources for Indonesian gemstones and good quality diamonds have been found in Kalimantan for many years. During colonial times, the Dutch mined diamonds in this region, though mining was carried out almost a thousand years before this.
Jan 09, 2011 · ProFauna Indonesia''s investigation supported by the Humane Society International and the Born Free Foundation held between May and August 2010, shows that the trade in turtle eggs still happens
The Trade, Hotel and Restaurant Sector is the economic base in Pontianak City for the last three years. This can be seen from the percentage distribution of GDP, where the Big and Retail Trade Sector Reparation Cars and Motorcycles has the greatest role to total GDP compared to other sectors, which is
The KALIMANTAN territory of Indonesia makes up 2/3 of Borneo Island. The Indonesian territory of Kalimantan makes up 2/3 of Borneo island. Well known for its tropical forests, rich natural resources, and exotic flora and fauna, Kalimantan offers a unique, unexplored world of its own.
The wild trade is a major driver of species loss in Indonesia. However, studies of the Indonesian trade have focused on the island of Java, providing little information on the trade in other regions, such as Kalimantan. We conducted the firstever market surveys in rural West Kalimantan from July 2015 to August 2016 and in the capital city of each of the five provinces of
Jul 14, 2019 · A joint team comprising the Environment and Forestry Ministry and Nunukan Police investigators apprehended three individuals in a case pertaining to illegal timber trade in Nunukan regency, North
Borneo (/ ˈ b ɔːr n i oʊ / Malay: Pulau Borneo, Indonesian: Kalimantan) is the thirdlargest island in the world and the largest in Asia. [note 1] At the geographic centre of Maritime Southeast Asia, in relation to major Indonesian islands, it is loed north of Java, west of Sulawesi, and east of Sumatra .
In West Kalimantan, IDH convenes major palm oil companies that have an interest in delinking palm oil from deforestation, governments and CSOs to test various production, protection and inclusion (PPI) business models including the very successful nonforest revenuegeneration Village Forest commodities (like charcoal from coconut, crab and honey).
There is also trade in orangutan skulls in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo). What WWF Is Doing. WWF has been working on orangutan conservation since the 1970s. Our efforts include conserving orangutan habitat, antipoaching, promoting sustainable forestry and agriculture, and halting the pet trade.
Indonesia''s commodityrich East Kalimantan is one of the worst affected Indonesian provinces in terms of global trade and weak commodity prices. East Kalimantan''s export performance is heavily dependent on prices of oil, natural gas and coal. In 2015 the total value of East Kalimantan''s exports plunged 30.4 percent yearonyear (y/y) to USD $18.3 billion from USD $26.35 billion in the