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Shoot: Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban

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As the World Forestry Congress begins in Durban, Greenpeace calls on the delegates to take action to protect the Congo Basin Forest. Governments and corporations must back up their words with action to achieve ambitious global targets to combat deforestation. Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo delivers a keynote address and activists hold banners outside the meeting which read "Stop Forest Crime in the Congo Basin." The World Forestry Congress is the largest and most significant gathering of the global forestry sector. It is held every six years and this year's event is the first time it has been held in Africa.
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Protest at World Forestry Congress in Durban
Kumi Naidoo at World Forestry Congress in Durban
7 Sep, 2015
Kumi Naidoo at World Forestry Congress in Durban
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