Forest Clearance In Sumatra.

Photo | 26 July, 2011

Forest clearance of tiger habitat at Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) related logging area. Within the concession. 13 km away, a Sumatran tiger died early in July 2011 after it became caught in an animal trap. The Sumatran tiger's rainforest habitat is being destroyed, forcing it into closer contact with humans and into areas where traps are laid for wild boar.

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Video | 17 July, 2014 at 15:13

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Video | 19 June, 2014 at 11:29

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Stop Maules Creek Coal Mine: 3 ways you can help

Feature Story | 15 June, 2014 at 15:14

Not too long ago, a little-known but ancient forest in northern NSW - the Leard Forest - was a peaceful and tranquil place. Until Whitehaven Coal’s bulldozers moved in to flatten the forest for coal, that is.

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