Saving Indonesia's rainforests

Last edited 14 March 2014 at 1:30pm

Indonesia's rainforests are a biodiversity hotspot, rich in endemic species, and vital in regulating the Earth's climate. But these forests are being torn down for palm oil, pulp and paper plantations - making Indonesia the world's third largest greenhouse gas emitter and threatening endangered species such as orang-utans with extinction. Greenpeace is campaigning globally to protect Indonesia's rainforests.

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Partners in crime

Responsibility lies with the major markets, such as the UK. The UK is the largest EU importer of Indonesian plywood. UK companies peddle illegal goods...
Posted by admin - 27 May, 2004 - 08:00

Forest Crime: Korindo and the trade in illegal plywood from the last rainforests of Indonesia

Publication date: March 2004 Summary Illegal logging continues to play a huge part in the destruction of the world's ancient forests. Its impacts are...
Posted by admin - 16 March, 2004 - 09:00

Media Briefing: UK timber traders and illegal logging

Publication date: July 2003 Summary How UK timber traders such as Finnforest, Montague L Meyer continue to fuel the destruction of Indonesia...
Posted by admin - 21 July, 2003 - 08:00

Partners in Crime

A Greenpeace investigation of the links between the UK and Indonesia's timber barons Publication date: June 2003 SummaryThe report describing the impact of...
Posted by admin - 4 June, 2003 - 08:00

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