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Action on Ship Transporting Congo Wood in Belgium 

Action on Ship Transporting Congo Wood in Belgium 

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06/23/2007 
Greenpeace activists intercept the MS Ceynowa, a ship suspected of carrying wood from Matadi, The Democratic Republic of the Congo. The ship and its cargo are bound for Antwerp, Belgium. Activists boarded the ship and hung banners reading "Save Congo's Forest." The Congo basin of Africa is home to the second largest rainforest in the world, with around half existing in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Beyond environmental impacts, logging in the region exacerbates poverty and leads to social conflicts. Greenpeace is calling on the Belgian government to make the protection of the African rainforest a priority. 
Forest Action - Activists Display a Banner (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action - Displaying a Banner (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action - Activists Display a Banner (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action on Board Ship Transporting Congo Wood (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action Alerts Police (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action in Inflatable Boats (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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Forest Action - Police Helicopters (Belgium: 2007)
06/23/2007 
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