Coined by BorneoFutures, dewildication is the equivalent to deforestation – the removal of wild animals and plants from nature. 


Borneo Futures works with DICE, FFI, University of Queensland and LIPI on community forest management in Indonesia under a Darwin Initiative grant: Monitoring dan Evaluasi Perhutanan Sosial (MEPS)

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Deforestation is clearing Earth's forests on a massive scale, often resulting in damage to the quality of the land. 

Dedicated to changing and improving the well being of living things by sharing accurate information and raising awareness of the need to preserve the planet's unique and natural environment for future generations.


This means that landscapes need to be sustainably managed to deliver social and ecological justice through improved understanding of the linkages between ecological systems and human well being. 2014


Pongo Alliance

A new initiative connecting some of the biggest players in the palm oil industry with NGOs and experts focused on the protection of orangutan habitat in an oil-palm landscape.

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Borneo Futures Research 

Articles and published papers written by various professors and scientists

Borneo Futures Consultancy

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Borneo Features

A collection of illustrated writings on natural Borneo written by naturalists and scientists

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