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Shoot: SCORPIONS IN THE AMAZON - CLIPREEL (16:9)

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About thirty thousand people watch the concert of the German rock band Scorpions in Belem, Brazil. To call the crowds' attention about the danger of the Amazon deforestation and its consequences for climate change, the band shows a Greenpeace banner with the alert 'Stop deforestation! No Amazon, no future!' 'We know that we're not the first ones doing this, but we came to the Amazon to show to the world the situation of the tropical forests and we get the opportunity to learn more about the Greenpeace action to stop deforestation' says singer Klaus Meine. Paulo Adário, Greenpeace Brazil Amazon Campaigner gives congratulations to the musicians for the support of the Greenpeace campaign to end the continued clearing and burning of the Amazon rainforests. The band joins Paulo and Tobias Riedl, Greenpeace Germany forest expert on an flyover over both intact and deforestated forest and forest fires areas to give them an impression on the state of being of the endangered Amazon rain forest. Statements: Tobias Riedl, Greenpeace Germany forest expert (in German), Klaus Meine, Scorpions (in German) Contents: Aerials of oil palm plantations, char coal production, dusk of forest fires, cattle farming, clear cut areas, intact rainforest, concert of the Scorpions in Belém.
THE SCORPIONS IN THE AMAZON - CLIPREEL (16:9)
3 Sep, 2008
THE SCORPIONS IN THE AMAZON - CLIPREEL (16:9)
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