Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Deforestation-in-Central-Kalimantan-27MZIF3F48GN.htmlConceptually similarDeforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KJCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KLCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KACompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KBCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8JYCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8JZCompleted★★★★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KCCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KMCompleted★★★★Deforestation in Central KalimantanGP0STO8KRCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO8KNDeforestation in Central KalimantanA recently planted palm oil plantation on former forest inside the PT Karya Makmur Abadi Estate II palm oil concession. PT KMA II contains important areas of mapped orangutan habitat and is a subsidiary of the Malaysian Kuala Lumpar Kepong Berhad (KLK) group.Locations:Central Kalimantan-Indonesia-Southeast AsiaDate:24 Feb, 2014Credit:© Ulet Ifansasti / GreenpeaceLatitude:2°0'26"SMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxLongitude112°27'48"EKeywords:Aerial view-Day-Deforestation-Destruction-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Oil palm (plants)-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-Patterns-Plantations-Roads-Trees-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Deforestation in Central KalimantanAerial and ground documentation of oil palm plantation companies in Central Kalimantan controlled by BW Plantation, the Malaysian company Kuala Lumpar Kepong Berhad (KLK), and Musim Mas. The field investigations document wide-scale clearance of forested orang-utan habitat. Major palm oil traders that supply consumer companies including Procter & Gamble are supplied by BW Plantation, KLK and Musim Mas.Greenpeace has released the results of a year long investigation showing that P&G is sourcing palm oil from companies connected to widespread forest destruction. Its sourcing policies also expose its supply chain to forest fires and habitat destruction that is pushing the Sumatran tiger to the edge of extinction. Hundreds of thousands of people have joined the movement demanding forest-friendly products. It's time P&G clean up its supply chains and guarantee their products are free from forest destruction.