Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forests-Logging-Background--Papua-New-Guinea---2003--27MZIFXOG6Q.htmlConceptually similarForests Logging Background (Papua New Guinea : 2003)GP0LDQCompleted★★★★Logs on barge coming from Kiunga Aiambak road project. Papua New Guinea.GP016BECompleted★★★★Forests Logging Background (Papua New Guinea : 2003)GP0MUNCompleted★★★★Beginnings of Kiunga Aiambak "road" ( cover up for illegal logging concession) near Aiambak village. Papua New Guinea.GP01FG3Completed★★★★Kiunga Aiambak "road" ( cover up for illegal logging concession). Papua New Guinea.GP0U5YCompleted★★★★Forests Logging Background (Papua New Guinea : 2003)GP016VBCompleted★★★★Logs from Kiunga Aiambak project at Binge river camp. Papua New Guinea.GP0ZKACompleted★★★★Kiunga Aiambak "road" ( cover up for illegal logging concession). Papua New Guinea.GP067QCompleted★★★★Kiunga Aiambak "road" ( cover up for illegal logging concession). Papua New Guinea.GP04HBCompleted★★★★View AllGP0RSIForests Logging Background (Papua New Guinea : 2003)Landowners blockade, Kiunga Aiambak Western Province, Papua New Guinea. A landowner blockade by the Yongom people against the logging company Concord Pacific has been set up. Their demands include improvements to feeder roads, and large amounts of compensation from the company. In summer 2003 Greenpeace Australia Pacific is sending activists on a tour to the Western Province of Papua New Guinea for background information mainly on logging companies, mainly on Concord Pacific.Locations:Oceania-Papua New Guinea-Western ProvinceDate:3 Jul, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Petra CampbellMaximum size:1890px X 1255pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Illegal logging-Indigenous People-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Men-Outdoors-Roads-Timber industry-Trees-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Logging Documentation in Papua New GuineaDocumentation the rainforest, the wildlife and the indigenous people in different areas of the Western Province, threatened by destructive logging.