Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Last-Tree-Standing-in-Cleared-Forest-in-Jayapura-27MZIF3OAIH2.htmlConceptually similarWood Pile From the Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8HCompleted★★★★Wood Pile From the Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8OCompleted★★★★Wood Pile From the Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8PCompleted★★★★An Area of Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOAA1Completed★★★★★★A Cleared Logged-Over Area Inside the Palm Oil ConcessionGP0STOACYCompleted★★★★★★Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8KCompleted★★★★Excavators Preparing Roads into Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8NCompleted★★★★Land Clearing by Excavators in JayapuraGP0STOAAECompleted★★★★Wood Pile From the Recently Cleared Forest in JayapuraGP0STOA8ECompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOAADLast Tree Standing in Cleared Forest in JayapuraA trunk from the recently cleared forest inside the palm oil concession of PT Rimba Matoa Lestari in Boasom, Jayapura district, Papua Province as part of the palm oil development in the area. PT RML is part of Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) group. The RGE is linked to Procter and Gamble palm oil supply.Locations:Indonesia-Jayapura Regency-Papua-Southeast AsiaDate:8 Mar, 2014Credit:© Oscar Siagian / GreenpeaceLatitude:2°30'41"SMaximum size:3999px X 2666pxLongitude139°54'38"EKeywords:Clouds-Day-Deforestation-Destruction-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Trees-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Documentation of Deforestation in PapuaForests in the Papuan area of Kaureh, Jayapura. The area is rich in primary forest, home to birds of paradise, palm cockatoos and indigenous Papuan communities. The forest is threatened by the palm oil concession owned by PT Megasurya Mas (PT MSM) and PT Siringo-Ringo (PT SRR) a subsidiary to Musim Mas group, a palm oil supplier to Procter and Gamble in Kaureh sub-district, Jayapura district, Papua province.