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Menurut Asia Times Online, model bisnis APP adalah salah satu taktik agresif: ternyata profil besar dengan cepat pengupasan hutan gundul, mengeksploitasi hutan kuno dan masyarakat adat, dan meninggalkan kota sebelum konsekuensi lingkungan yang dirasakan.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/GA06Ae01.html |title=Asia Times Online :: Southeast Asia news and business from Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam |publisher=Atimes.com |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref>
 
Sebuah investigasi yang diterbitkan Maret 2008 oleh koalisi lingkungan bernama Eyes on the Forest<ref>{{cite web|url=http://eyesontheforest.or.id/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=174&Itemid=6&lang=english |title=New APP Logging Road Threatens One of World’s Biggest Carbon-Storing Forests, Tigers; Eyes on the Forest, March 2008 |publisher=Eyesontheforest.or.id |date=22 May 2012 |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref> menunjukkan bukti sebuah jalan baru yang dibangun oleh APP, pos melalui semenanjung Kampar, salah satu [[hutan rawa gambut]] tropis bersebelahan terbesar di dunia, dengan lebih banyak karbon per hektar dibandingkan ekosistem lain di Bumi. Penyelidikan menemukan trek di jalan baru dari [[Harimau Sumatera]] yang [[terancam punah]], yang populasinya telah dikurangi menjadi kurang dari 500 ekor. APP mengklaim bahwa itumereka membangun state-of-the-art, jalan beraspal untuk kepentingan masyarakat setempat, meskipun citra satelit menunjukkan bahwa jalan tidak pergi ke mana pun dekat dua pemukiman.
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<!--In January 2008, the office retailer [[Staples (companyperusahaan)|Staples]] ended their 11-year relationship with APP, which had formerly supplied between 5 and 9% of the paper sold at the chain "due to their clear lack of progress in improving their environmental performance."<ref>Bloomberg.com Staples Ends Contracts With Asia Pulp on Environment. 7 February 2008. [http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=acXOtxbg7KDs&refer=home Staples Ends Contracts With Asia Pulp on Environment (Update1)], Heather Burke – 7 February 2008 21:52</ref> Other companies including [[Office Depot]] and [[Wal-Mart]] had cut ties previously on environmental grounds,<ref name=autogenerated1>{{cite news |url=http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120240874246651263.html?mod=googlenews_wsj | work=The Wall Street Journal | first=Tom | last=Wright | title=Staples Cuts Off Paper Supplier | date=8 February 2008}}</ref> and these have been followed more recently by Australian retailer [[Woolworths Limited]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.mongabay.com/2008/0810-hance_woolworths.html |title=Woolworths drops contract with APP, activist group remains wary |publisher=News.mongabay.com |date=10 August 2008 |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref>
 
In 2010, Patrick Moore, a former Greenpeace activist, describes APP as not responsible for deforestation but that it is caused mostly by locals “illegally encroaching on forests in search of better livelihoods. By employing Indonesian people, APP is reducing deforestation, as more employment means less poverty, which means less pressure to move into the forest.” <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.theguardian.com/environment/georgemonbiot/2010/dec/02/sumatra-rainforest-destruction-patrick-moore |title=Why is a former Greenpeace activist siding with Indonesia’s logging industry? |publisher=The Guardian |date=02 December 2010 |accessdate=18 December 2013}}</ref>
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