Ajax loader
Campaign
Region
COUNTRY
Ranking
Creator
Monochrome / colour
Orientation

Shoot: Forests Action at Clariant Meeting in Basel

GP0AUO
Greenpeace activists called upon the shareholders of Clariant to end their business with Canadian companies which are destroying the rainforest. The shareholders were welcomed to Clariant's annual general meeting with a six meter high inflatable grizzly bear. The German subsidiary of multinational Clariantis partly owned by Hoechst AG and currently buys up to 8,000 tonnes of pulp from Canada's second largest rainforest ravager, Western Forest products (WFP). The logging company has recently started blasting logging roads in the pristine rainforest valleys of the Great Bear Rainforest, on the west coast of Canada. Greenpeace is calling for the full protection of the remaining pristine rainforests valleys on Canada's west coast. Of the original 353 primary rainforest watersheds only 69 remain intact. Most exist in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Forests Action at Clariant Meeting in Basel
12 Jun, 1998
Forests Action at Clariant Meeting in Basel
Restrictions apply
Display
Items per page
Results
Page
of 1