This study took place on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia, where some of the largest mills account for nearly 75% of the country’s total installed capacity for pulp production (Barr 2001). The analysis includes four of the five largest pulp-plantation companies associated with such mills (Fig. 1). The plantation companies included are:
Musi Hutan Persada in South Sumatra, associated with Tanjung Enim Lestari Pulp mill (Barito Pacific group)
Wira Karya Sakti in Jambi, associated with Lontar Papyrus pulp and paper mill (Asia Pulp and Paper [APP] group)
Arara Abadi in Riau, associated with Indah Kiat pulp and paper mill (APP...