Cheap paper made from rampant logging of the Indonesian rainforest is flooding Britain. Public agencies are among the big users of the paper, despite calls by the government to use products only from sustainable sources. Asia Pulp and Paper, Indonesia’s biggest paper producer, receives significant backing from British banks. About 70 percent of Indonesia’s forests have been cut down, even though they are home to 12 percent of the world’s mammal species and almost 20 percent of bird species.