Greenpeace activists set ablaze a tree stump from the Amazon rainforest, on the Rhine River, Bonn, near the former Bundestag. The 5 metre tall stump is accompanied by seven inflatables carrying banners that read: "Save theforests" in seven different l...

Photo | 28 May, 2008

Greenpeace activists set ablaze a tree stump from the Amazon rainforest, on the Rhine River, Bonn, near the former Bundestag. The 5 metre tall stump is accompanied by seven inflatables carrying banners that read: "Save theforests" in seven different languages. Greenpeace is demanding 2 billion Euro per year from the German government to protect the last remaining ancient rainforests.

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