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Shoot: Action against Illegal Logging in Brazil

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Amazon campaign Using ultra-violet technology ("invisible" paint). The activists mark an illegal supply of logs to go to Eidai do Brasil, a Japanese export logging company. Paolo Adario and Manuel Pinto painting the logs on a truck.
Authorization for Forest Products Transport in Brazil
17 Dec, 1999
Authorization for Forest Products Transport in Brazil
Activist with Illegal Documentation in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Activist with Illegal Documentation in Brazil
Greenpeace Shows Illegal Logs to Federal Police in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Shows Illegal Logs to Federal Police in Para, Brazil
Greenpeace Identifies Illegal Logs at Japanese Export Logging Company EIDAI, Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Identifies Illegal Logs at Japanese Export Logging Company EIDAI, Para, Brazil
Truck with Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Truck with Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
Manuel Pinto Marking an Illegal Supply of Logs in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Manuel Pinto Marking an Illegal Supply of Logs in Brazil
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
Truck Moving Logs, Toma Açu, Para, Brazil
1 Dec, 1999
Truck Moving Logs, Toma Açu, Para, Brazil
Activists Mark Illegal Cut Logs using Paint in Brazil
1 Dec, 1999
Activists Mark Illegal Cut Logs using Paint in Brazil
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
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