Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Blue-River-in-South-Sorong--West-Papua-27MZIFJXUEHQO.htmlConceptually similarBlue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNLWCompleted★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNLYCompleted★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNLZCompleted★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNM0Completed★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNM1Completed★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNMFCompleted★★★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNM6Completed★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNM7Completed★★★★★★Blue River in South Sorong, West PapuaGP0STRNM8Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0STRNLXBlue River in South Sorong, West PapuaA Papuan man washes his hands in the Blue River (Kali Biru) that is located in Knasaimos landscape in Teminabuan, South Sorong, West Papua. This famous river is close with Sira and Mangroholo villages that received forest village permit last year and also inside Knasiamos landscape.Locations:Indonesia-South Sorong Regency-Southeast Asia-West PapuaDate:15 Mar, 2018Credit:© Jurnasyanto Sukarno / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Beauty-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-One person-Outdoors-Reflections-RiversShoot:Forest Village in Sira Village, West PapuaOne year ago (March 2017), Sira villagers received the permission of village forest management, to start to learn how to process the sago and other commodities from the forest to make it more valuable so it can help boost the economy of their villages. Manggroholo and Sira villages in South Sorong, West Papua managed to obtain permission of village forest management. The first village forest in Papua brings new hope for the protection of the paradise of biodiversity in the world, now it has seen its destruction by the expansion of oil palm plantations and pulp. Greenpeace have advocated these villagers to get the permission for this forest village since 2008.