Dedi agreed that it shouldn’t be difficult for the environment ministry to uncover the true owners of these illegal plantations by simply tracing the provision chain. Abetnego Tarigan, the deputy for human improvement within the workplace of the president’s chief of employees, welcomed the information assortment train as step one toward solving the issue of illegal plantations. He and the opposite fee members called on the surroundings ministry to hold out a thorough evaluation of plantations inside forest areas in the two provinces which are house to the biggest swaths of illegal plantations, Riau and Central Kalimantan, within the next four months. The authorities says it’s been trying to resolve the issue of unlawful plantations for years. But one impediment it cites is the shortage of detailed data on the id of the homeowners of these plantations. Experts say uncovering the true identities of the plantation house owners is step one to addressing the problem, and should be followed up by an evaluation and enchancment in the management of the palm oil industry.