Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Palm-Oil-action-against-Ship-Gran-Couva-in-Riau-27MZIFL8B75D.htmlConceptually similarPalm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01MVHCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01R2TCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01R2NCompleted★★★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01R2PCompleted★★★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01R2QCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01R2RCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01MUXCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01MUYCompleted★★★★Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGP01MV3Completed★★★★View AllGP01MVIPalm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in RiauGreenpeace activist Romadon Canarisla climbs the anchor chain of the tanker Gran Couva during an action where crew from the Greenpeace ship MV Esperanza occupied the tanker for 24 hours.Locations:Dumai-Indonesia-Riau-Southeast Asia-SumatraDate:10 Nov, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Dmitry SharomovMaximum size:3872px X 2592pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Boarding actions-Chaining actions-Climate (campaign title)-Close ups-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Orange (colour)-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-WomenShoot:Forests for Climate Actions in IndonesiaThe Greenpeace ship Esperanza is in Dumai Port to protest the ongoing destruction of forests and peat lands in Indonesia by large corporations for palm oil plantations, pulp, paper plantations and other commodities. The actions are part of the Greenpeace ship MV Esperanza tour of Indonesia to witness the massive conversion of tropical forests for oil palm plantation and to expose the ongoing forest destruction for timber. The rapid conversion of forests and peatlands for oil palm and pulp plantations, and logging, is a major driver of deforestation in Indonesia. The carbon released by these activities make Indonesia the third largest greenhouse gas emitter on the planet. The majority of Indonesia's palm oil exports are destined for China, Europe and India. Greenpeace states that it is crucial that Indonesia's forests are protected from the rampant expansion of the palm oil and pulp industries in order to combat climate change, stop biodiversity loss and protect the livelihoods of forest-dependent peoples. Greenpeace is calling on the Indonesian government to implement an immediate moratorium on all forest conversion, including expansion of oil palm plantations, industrial logging, and other drivers of deforestation.