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Collection: Action against Illegal Logging in Brazil (Photo & Videos)

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Greenpeace's action against the export of illegal timber. On December 6th 1999 Greenpeace activists Paolo Adario and Manuel Pinto identified an illegal supply of logs in the yard of Eidai do Brasil, a Japanese export logging company in Icoarai municipality of the Para State, Brazil. The activists stopped a truck leaving a mill from the Para state carrying "faveira" [timber used in the plywood industry, the cargo was not accompanied by ATPF documents. [Authorisation for Forest Products Transport] which is illegal. Activists marked the logs with special dye and then tracked them to the Eidai facility, where the logs were identified. IBAMA then fined Eidai do Brasil for being in possession of the logs.
Action at Eidai do Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Action at Eidai do Brazil
Flight over a Logging Camp in Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Flight over a Logging Camp in Brazil
Inspecting a Sawmill in Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Inspecting a Sawmill in Brazil
Marking Illegal Timber in Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Marking Illegal Timber in Brazil
Ply Cedar Loaded at Eidai do Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Ply Cedar Loaded at Eidai do Brazil
Trucks with Illegal Timber in Brazil
6 Dec, 1999
Trucks with Illegal Timber in Brazil
Authorization for Forest Products Transport in Brazil
17 Dec, 1999
Authorization for Forest Products Transport in Brazil
Activist with Illegal Documentation in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Activist with Illegal Documentation in Brazil
Greenpeace Shows Illegal Logs to Federal Police in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Shows Illegal Logs to Federal Police in Para, Brazil
Greenpeace Identifies Illegal Logs at Japanese Export Logging Company EIDAI, Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Identifies Illegal Logs at Japanese Export Logging Company EIDAI, Para, Brazil
Truck with Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Truck with Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Illegal Logs in Para, Brazil
Manuel Pinto Marking an Illegal Supply of Logs in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Manuel Pinto Marking an Illegal Supply of Logs in Brazil
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Man with Chainsaw during Action of Illegal Logging in Brazil
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
Truck Moving Logs, Toma Açu, Para, Brazil
1 Dec, 1999
Truck Moving Logs, Toma Açu, Para, Brazil
Activists Mark Illegal Cut Logs using Paint in Brazil
1 Dec, 1999
Activists Mark Illegal Cut Logs using Paint in Brazil
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
7 Dec, 1999
Greenpeace Helps IBAMA Identify Illegal Logging in Brazil
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