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Fire Fighting Training in Sumatra 

Fire Fighting Training in Sumatra 

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10/23/2007 
Greenpeace and local NGO Jikalahari organised fire fighting training. Trainers from Rengat fire station train local people from three surrounding communities.
The training took part next to the Greenpeace Forest Defenders Camp which opened on the 9th October as part of the organisations campaign to stop forest and peatland destruction caused in part by oil palm plantations.
The destruction is causing massive amounts of biodiversity loss and releasing huge amounts of greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere.
In the short-term, prior to the December 2007 Kyoto Protocol meeting in Bali, Greenpeace is calling on the Indonesian government to commit to a moratorium on conversion and destruction of Indonesian peatland.
Deforestation accounts for approximately one-fifth of global greenhouse gas emissions.
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