Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fresh-Water-Lake-Yamur-in-Papua-27MZIFIWPU27.htmlConceptually similarFresh Water Lake Yamur in PapuaGP0215ECompleted★★★★Fresh Water Lake Yamur in PapuaGP0215FCompleted★★★★Fresh Water Lake Yamur in PapuaGP0215GCompleted★★★★Fresh Water Lake Yamur in PapuaGP0215HCompleted★★★★Forest in Southern PapuaGP0STS4DNCompleted★★★★Forest in Southern PapuaGP0STS4H4Completed★★★★Forest in Southern PapuaGP0STS4H6Completed★★★★Forest in Southern PapuaGP0STS4HDCompleted★★★★Forest in Southern PapuaGP0STS4HFCompleted★★★★View AllGP0215DFresh Water Lake Yamur in PapuaFresh water lake Yamur in Nabire.Locations:Asia-Indonesia-Nabire Regency-Papua-Southeast AsiaDate:13 Oct, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Ardiles RanteMaximum size:3504px X 2336pxKeywords:Aerial view-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Lakes-Nature-OutdoorsShoot:'Forests for Climate' Tour in IndonesiaGreenpeace conducts a series of documentation on the illegal logging activity in the pristine forest of Papua. Evidence of continued illegal logging activities in a suspended logging concession area in Kaimana, West Papua province were gathered. Greenpeace is calling for an immediate moratorium on all forest conversion in Indonesia to help curb the country's greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard the wealth of tropical biodiversity and protect the livelihood of forest dependent communities. Greenpeace released evidence of continued illegal logging activities in a suspended logging concession area in Kaimana, West Papua province.Greenpeace's "Forests for Climate" ship tour to Indonesia aims to highlight the catastrophic impacts of deforestation for palm oil, logging and other industry expansion, on the global climate, biodiversity loss and forest-dependent people. Papua is the last frontier of intact ancient forest in Indonesia.