A court in western Indonesia threw out a conservationists' lawsuit on Tuesday which challenged further development of peat swamp forests they say will threaten the few remaining orang-utans who live there.
Indonesia's largest environmental group, Walhi, wanted the court to revoke a license granted by the Aceh provincial government to palm oil company PT Kallista Alam to turn a forest into a palm oil plantation.
The Tripa forest was home to around 3,000 Sumatran orang-utans in the early 1990s, but today just 200 remain.
Walhi filed a lawsuit against the head of the Aceh government, arguing that the license given to PT Kallista Alam would cause environmental destruction and loss of habitat.
But a three-judge panel at the Banda Aceh Administrative Court said it had no authority to rule on the case because the parties involved hadn't tried to solve the case outside court.
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