Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Daniel-Lelewa-in-Kokoda-27MZIFLBYAP5.htmlConceptually similarJohn Oliver Aisi Purari in Yodda ValleyGP018YOCompleted★★★★British New Guinea Colonial DocumentsGP018XECompleted★★★★British New Guinea Colonial DocumentsGP01D3VCompleted★★★★The Yodda ValleyGP0196ACompleted★★★★Independence Day in PopondettaGP019DNCompleted★★★★British New Guinea Colonial DocumentGP01AMTCompleted★★★★Independence Day in PopondettaGP018R3Completed★★★★Two Boys near Lake MurrayGP014JBCompleted★★★★Cuscus Clan WomanGP0XR8Completed★★★★View AllGP018UZDaniel Lelewa in KokodaA portrait of Daniel Lelewa, who is a spokesperson for the Tuna Clan, a group of people affected by land rights issues related to the cultivation of palm oil. He holds original British New Guinea documents that alienate indigenous people from their land in the Yodda Valley.Locations:Kokoda-Melanesia-Oro Province-Pacific Islands-Papua New GuineaDate:20 Sep, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Peter SolnessMaximum size:2100px X 1395pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Half length-Indigenous People-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-Pacific Islander ethnicities-SeriousnessShoot:Palm Oil Industry Documentation in Papua New GuineaThe Palm Oil industry in Papua New Guinea is raising issues of both social and environmental concern. Land belonging to indigenous people has been acquired by the government for growing the crop. Workers on the plantations are not given proper safety equipment and water supplies have been contaminated affecting the health of local communities. The burning of forest areas for Palm Oil is a massive environmental hazard as carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere, making a substantial contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions.