The company in question, whose identity has not been disclosed, used fraudulent documents to gain unauthorized access to land in Collingwood, where they proceeded to illegally log forests. This unethical and illegal activity has raised serious concerns within the community and has prompted Oro Governor, Gary Juffa, to address the issue of illegal logging in Papua New Guinea. Governor Juffa has vowed to take decisive action to hold the responsible parties accountable and to put an end to the exploitation of the country’s natural resources. The illegal logging not only poses a threat to the environment and biodiversity of the region but also undermines the rights and livelihoods of the local communities. It is imperative that swift and effective measures are taken to combat this unlawful behavior and protect the forests of Papua New Guinea for future generations. Governor Juffa’s commitment to addressing this issue is a positive step towards ensuring the sustainable management of the country’s forests and upholding the rule of law.
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PNG MP responds to allegations of exploitation and abuse in logging industryBy Prianka Srinivasan on Pacific Beat.////////////////////////////////////////////////////// In the wake of an explosive documentary alleging corruption and abuse in PNG’s logging industry, a local member of parliament says authorities will investigate the companies involved. Despite once welcoming the business, Elias Kapavore of Pomio in PNG’s