Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Drying-Rubber-Sheets-27MZIFZGCEN.htmlConceptually similarDrying Rubber sheets at Mandioca villageGP0X3VCompleted★★★★Ruy de Goes with Rubber Tapper at Mandioca villageGP0T64Completed★★★★Ruy Goes and Joaquim CunhaGP0GQCCompleted★★★★Processing Rubber into Rubber SheetsGP0OPPCompleted★★★★Rubber Factory in MandiocaGP01AFZCompleted★★★★★★Tecbor rubber factory, making rubber from latex. Jurua Extractive Reserve, Amazon, Brazil.GP0I61Completed★★★★Tecbor rubber factory, making rubber from latex. Jurua Extractive Reserve, Amazon, Brazil.GP013TLCompleted★★★★Tecbor rubber factory, making rubber from latex. Jurua Extractive Reserve, Amazon, Brazil.GP01ED6Completed★★★★Tecbor Rubber Factory, Jurua Extractive Reserve, AmazonGP0KQ8Completed★★★★View AllGP0BLZDrying Rubber SheetsA woman is holding up a blue rubber sheet, while a variety of coloured rubber sheets hang on a clothes line nearby. Mandioca village, Amazonas States.Locations:Brazil-Mandioca-Mato Grosso-South AmericaDate:9 May, 2000Credit:© Greenpeace / Isabelle RouvilloisMaximum size:3000px X 1974pxRestrictions:Images of indigenous people in Brazil must not be used for fundraising purposes or given to third parties. This image can only be used in Greenpeace forest campaign materials (reports, leaflets, brochures, etc), or other general Greenpeace materials as long as they do not include a fundraising appeal. For further clarification, contact Greenpeace International Image Library.Keywords:Day-Forests (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Latex-Local population-One person-Rubber-WomenShoot:Amazon Guardian Illegal Logging Tour in Brazil (Pix by I. Rouivillois)Greenpeace tours the Amazon with the Amazon Guardian ship to investigate illegal logging.