Palm Oil action against Ship Gran Couva in Riau

Photo | 14 September, 2011

November 2008. By securing himself to the anchor chain, this activist is delaying the departure of the tanker Gran Couva. The ship is carrying 27,000 tonnes of palm oil to the Netherlands. His banner reads “No more forests or peat land for palm oil”

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