Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Unmarked-Timber-on-Truck-in-DRC-27MZIFV5RLH9.htmlConceptually similarUnmarked Timber on Truck in DRCGP04HQFCompleted★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONGECompleted★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONG4Completed★★★★Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONG8Completed★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONGGCompleted★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONFRCompleted★★★★Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONG0Completed★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONFVCompleted★★★★Transportation of Illegal Timber in the DRCGP0STONFYCompleted★★★★View AllGP04HQEUnmarked Timber on Truck in DRCUnmarked timber is observed on a truck in the private port of the Lebanese-owned company Cotrefor in Kinkole.Locations:Central Africa-Democratic Republic of the Congo-Kinkole-KinshasaDate:17 Feb, 2013Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:3072px X 2304pxKeywords:Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Illegal logging-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Ports-Timber-Timber industry-TrucksShoot:Unmarked Timber on Truck in DRCUnmarked timber is observed on a truck in the private port of the Lebanese-owned company Cotrefor in Kinkole, exposing the government’s failure of its so-called “battle against illegal logging”. A new report by Greenpeace Africa, “Cut It Out: Illegal Logging in the DRC”, reveals the devastating impact that the lack of governance, law enforcement and transparency in the country is having on part of the world’s second largest rainforest. By visiting Kinkole port near Kinshasa, Greenpeace Africa witnessed unmarked logs being piled up ready for export. Reinforcing the illegality of this, Greenpeace also witnessed log ends being painted with new markings to enable export to Europe and China. Greenpeace is calling for a total transformation of the logging sector in the DRC.