Environmental and social observer East Kalimantan, Niel Makinuddin, submit several alternative solutions that need to be done so that the incidence of torture and killing of orangutans can be pressed on a minimal scale.
First, it takes commitment, strategy and courage of the head to avoid the old practices (business as usual or BAU) in managing natural resources. This commitment will be referrals (guideline) and the foundation for doing business in a socially and environmentally businesses Responsible.
Changes can be made from the formulation and revision of regional spatial planning and licensing process by making the orangutan habitat as one of the important indicators.
This region is the last bastion of unique wildlife and protected this Act. As is known in Borneo there are three sub-species of the orangutan Pongo pygmaeus morio (the spread in East Kalimantan and partly in Sabah, Malaysia), Pongo pygmaeus pygmaeus in West Kalimantan and Sarawak in part, Malaysia, and Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii who inhabit Central Kalimantan.
In fact, the commitment embodied in the action it will give a positive image and a tremendous advantage for local governments and for businesses in the area. The resulting products can certainly be accepted by the market because the process is carried out in compliance with the principles of environmentally sound and socially accountable.