Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Truck-Tires-with-Snow-Chains-in-Canada-27MZIFJJD4758.htmlConceptually similarTyre fire at the 'Tyre King' dump. Ontario, Canada. Cleanup worker in oil pool left by the burning tyres.GP01EACCompleted★★★★Tyre fire at the 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario, Canada. Fire-fighting spray amid smouldering tyres.GP017WZCompleted★★★★Tyre fire at the 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario. Fire-fighting water flooding an oilpool left by the burning tyres.GP0D08Completed★★★★Tyre fire at the 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario, Canada. Fire-fighting foam, water and dioxin mix in an oilpool left by the burning tyres.GP0RJJCompleted★★★★Water flooding the site of the Tyre fire at the 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario, Canada.GP0UZ0Completed★★★★Field of melted tyres after the fire at 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario, Canada.GP0HK1Completed★★★★Heap of tyres after the fire at 'Tyre King' dump, Ontario, Canada.GP0RJICompleted★★★★Pipe and Tire PilesGP01Z07Completed★★★★Boreal Forest Destruction in CanadaGP017EDCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQMD4Truck Tires with Snow Chains in CanadaTruck tires with snow chains.Locations:Canada-North America-OntarioDate:14 Sep, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Andrew MaleMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-TyresShoot:Boreal Forest - Kenogami Forest in OntarioGreenpeace launched its Kleercut campaign in 2004 to help protect ancient forests in Canada. For years, the Kenogami and Ogoki Forests in northern Ontario were massively clear-cut, destroying important habitat to threatened wildlife. On August 5, 2009, after 5 years of worldwide protests, scientific and exposé reports, media mobilization, and shareholder engagement, Greenpeace and the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, the world’s largest tissue-product manufacturer, announced a historic agreement to ensure greater protection and sustainable management of Canada's Boreal Forest and other ancient forests around the world.