Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Sawmill-in-Germany-27MZIFLJVZCF.htmlConceptually similarAction against Sawmill in GermanyGP02LSTCompleted★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP0V97Completed★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP012J8Completed★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP0SRHCompleted★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP0XO0Completed★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP02LSWCompleted★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP02LSXCompleted★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP01CI9Completed★★★★Action against Sawmill in GermanyGP0YNXCompleted★★★★View AllGP011JZAction against Sawmill in GermanyTrunks of African round timber at the German sawmill Rhenus Midgard with the words: 'African Crime' on it. Rhenus Midgard in Nordenham-Blexen, North Rhine-Westphalia is targeted by Greenpeace because of their taking part in the destruction of ancient forests by importing African timber. Furthermore the company operate a private harbour in Nordenham, the biggest reloading point for African round timber in Germany. Purchasers of African timber are mainly the door industry as well as parquet and furniture manufacturers.In original language:Aktion gegen der Firma Rhenus MidgardEtwa 30 Greenpeace-Aktivisten protestieren am Saegewerk der Firma Rhenus Midgard gegen die Zerstoerung der letzten Urwaelder. Aktivisten bemalen Baumstaemme, stellen Kreuze auf und halten ein Banner mit der Aufschrift:"Urwaldfriedhof Midgard-Blexen". Rhenus Midgard betreibt den groessten deutschen Umschlagplatz fuer Stammhoelzer aus Afrika.Locations:Alpine Countries-Europe-Germany-NordenhamDate:4 Jun, 2003Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5328px X 3496pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Painting actions-Sawmills-Timber-Timber industryShoot:Action against Sawmill in GermanyShots include big trunks of African timber, Greenpeace activists dressed in white standing and painting white-lettered words on them reading: 'Stop Destruction of Ancient Forests!' and 'Africa Crime Stop', holding banners and white wooden crosses that read: 'Ancient Forest's Cemetery Midgard-Blexen' in German and banners that read: 'Save Ancient Forests'.