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Shoot: Indonesian Rainforest Destruction and Palm Plantations

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Greenpeace New Zealand staff traveled to Sumatra in August 2009 to document rainforest destruction due to the expansion of the palm oil industry. Led by communications manager Suzette Jackson the group included independent journalist from the Sunday Star Times, farmer Max Purnell and an Indonesian based documentary team. The expedition exposed New Zealand’s role in rainforest destruction through its largest dairy cooperative Fonterra. In 2008 one quarter of the world’s production of palm kernel animal feed was imported into New Zealand with the majority going to feed Fonterra’s dairy herd.
Orangutans in Indonesia
3 Aug, 2009
Orangutans in Indonesia
Max Purnell in Indonesia
4 Aug, 2009
Max Purnell in Indonesia
Suzette Jackson in Indonesia
4 Aug, 2009
Suzette Jackson in Indonesia
Burning Forest in Indonesia
4 Aug, 2009
Burning Forest in Indonesia
Palm Kernel Factory in Indonesia
4 Aug, 2009
Palm Kernel Factory in Indonesia
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