Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sponsorship-for-Beech-Trees-in-Germany-27MZIFVOPR_5.htmlConceptually similarSponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKMCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKNCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKOCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKWCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKPCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKQCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKRCompleted★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKSCompleted★★★★★★Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGP04DKTCompleted★★★★View AllGP04DKUSponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGreenpeace activists mark beech trees that have tree sponsors. They fix badges onto the trees reading: "I have a sponsor." The banner reads: "Tree sponsors demand: Protect this forest!"In original language:Kennzeichnung bedrohter PatenbaeumeGreenpeace Aktivisten markieren Baeume, die einen Paten haben. Sie befestigen Plaketten an den Buchen mit der Aufschrift:"Ich habe einen Paten". Das Banner lautet: "Baumpaten fordern: Schuetzt diesen Wald".Locations:Bavaria-Europe-Germany-Spessart MountainsDate:4 Dec, 2012Credit:© Tanja Barthels / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2100px X 1400pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Beech trees-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Snow-Timber industry-Two people-WinterShoot:Sponsorship for Beech Trees in GermanyGreenpeace activists mark beech trees that have tree sponsors. They fix badges onto the trees reading: "I have a sponsor." The area with these endangered beech trees is part of the public forests in the Bavarian Spessart Mountains. As the owner of these forests, the Bavarian State refuses to provide information about the exact location and management of old beech and deciduous forests in this part of Spessart Mountains. Greenpeace demands that logging in public forests is immediately stopped in all deciduous forests with beech trees older than 140 years, until an agreement is made to protect 10 percent of the German public forests from any forestry uses.