World’s largest palm oil trader linked to rainforest destruction twice the size of Paris by Greenpeace International 25 June 2018 Jakarta, Indonesia – A new Greenpeace International investigation has revealed that Wilmar International, the world’s largest palm oil trader, is still linked to forest destruction for palm oil almost five years after committing to end deforestation.[1] […]

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GERMAN PRESS AGENCY – DPA JAKARTA, Indonesia A handout picture released by Greenpeace on 21 March 2012 and taken on 28 February 2012 shows untouched forest in the Sungai Sembilang National Conservation Park in South Sumatra, Indonesia. (EPA Photo) Palm oil companies supplying some of the world’s largest brands have destroyed 130,000 hectares of Indonesian […]

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Scientists reveal 1 million species at risk of extinction in damning UN report Jonathan Watts Global environment editor @jonathanwatts Mon 6 May 2019 Forest clearance in Indonesia. Scientists have warned of the impact of deforestation on animals. Photograph: Ulet Ifansasti/Greenpeace Human society is in jeopardy from the accelerating decline of the Earth’s natural life-support […]

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by Molly Hudson, Arizona Republic “The Heber Wild Horse herd is a state and national treasure, they are the only wild horses in the state of Arizona” Since October 2018, there have been 19 documented cases of deceased horses in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, said Steve Johnson, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests spokesman. Of those, 11 horses were […]

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