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Deforestation in Indonesia 

Deforestation in Indonesia 

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GP027G2 
10/13/2010 
A selection of images showing the forests of Sumatra, Indonesia, and their destruction.
Current Government concessions and illegal logging are devastating Indonesia’s carbon-rich peatlands and rainforests for palm oil and pulp and paper plantations. The clearing of peatlands and forests significantly contributes to climate change. Indigenous people’s customary lands and rights have been violated, causing social conflict, and natural habitats of endangered species are dwindling.
Greenpeace are calling on the Indonesian and Norwegian governments to close loopholes in a billion dollar deal to immediately implement a moratorium on all further natural forest clearance both within new and existing concession areas. 
Kerumutan Peat Swamp Forest in Sumatra
28 April, 2010 
GP023W5 
★★★★★★★ (A) 
Forest Destruction in Sumatra
28 April, 2010 
GP023WH 
★★★★★★★ (A) 
Logging Operations in Sumatra
26 April, 2010 
GP023WB 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Logging Camp in Sumatra
26 April, 2010 
GP023W7 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Trucks Containing Palm Oil and Palm Fruit
03 August, 2009 
GP01W58 
★★★★ (E) 
APP Forest Destruction Banner in Indonesia
05 August, 2010 
GP0259J 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Action against April Pulp in Indonesia
15 July, 2010 
GP024MO 
★★★★ (E) 
Action against April Pulp in Indonesia
15 July, 2010 
GP024ML 
★★★★ (E) 
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