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Last week Greenpeace activists hit up a Beijing KFC store, taking with them two homeless orang-utans and a dying Sumatran tiger who held up a banner reading "My forest home is NOT your disposable food packaging!" The Colonel's been keeping his...
The Rainbow Warrior campaigning for forests
College students work on assembling trees from 80,000 used disposable chopsticks, part of an exhibit to raise awareness about deforestation and the waste of resources. China produces 57 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks every year, requiring...
Four trees made from 80,000 used disposable chopsticks at The Place shopping mall, Beijing. Over 200 college student volunteers collected the chopsticks and made them into five-meter tall trees under the direction of the artist Xu Yinhai.
A college student volunteer attaches one last chopstick to this "tree", part of an exhibit featuring four trees made from 80,000 used disposable chopsticks at The Place shopping mall, Beijing. Over 200 college student volunteers collected the...
Spectators at the Greenpeace exhibit of four trees made from 80,000 pairs of disposable chopsticks at The Place shopping mall, Beijing. The event is designed to raise awareness of the origins of our everyday products
At the fourth Sinar Mas Printing Art Awards in Shanghai, Greenpeace forests campaigner Ma Lichao (left) presents Sinar Mas APP with a Golden Chainsaw Award in honor of their ongoing deforestation of rainforest and peatland in Indonesia.
24 August 2010. At this construction site on the Shenzhou Peninsula, Wanning, there is hardly any trace of the coastal forest of Australian pines (木麻黄) remaining on the beach.
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