Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Logging-in-the-Amazon-27MZIFLG269F.htmlConceptually similarAmazon Rainforest Tour BrazilGP0Q2ZCompleted★★★★Logs on the Amazon RiverGP02PSXCompleted★★★★Virola Jatobá Sustainable Development Project in Para StateGP0STOB6ZCompleted★★★★Action against Logging in the AmazonGP01CXECompleted★★★★Virola Jatobá Sustainable Development Project in Para StateGP0STOB70Completed★★★★★★Investigating Logs on Amazon RiverGP0MR1Completed★★★★Amazon Expedition, Santarem, Brazil.GP012WXCompleted★★★★Towing Illegal Logs on Jurua riverGP0VO7Completed★★★★Greenpeace Transamazonica tour, investigating illegal logging.GP0UOQCompleted★★★★View AllGP010XUAction against Logging in the AmazonAs part of the MV GREENPEACE tour of the Amazon Greenpeace exposed a lake stacked 20 meters deep with thousands of logs cut mostly for the US plywood market. A 16 ft SOS sign & a helium balloon protested the unregulated exploitation of the flooded Amazon forests. GP divers documented the depth of the stockpile. Virola, the main species logged in the flooded forest, is listed as an endangered species in Brazil. Itacaotiara, Brazil.Locations:Amazon-Brazil-Itacoatiara-South AmericaDate:21 Oct, 1994Credit:© Greenpeace / Olavo RufinoMaximum size:3714px X 2478pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Aerial view-Banners-Day-Deforestation-Earth (planet)-Floods-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Illegal logging-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Props-Rigid inflatable boats-Timber-Timber industryShoot:Action against Logging in the AmazonGreenpeace exposes a lake stacked 20 meters deep with thousands of logs from the Amazon cut mostly for the US plywood market.