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Indonesia's forests and peatlands are critical for biodiversity, people and the climate. Millions of hectares of Indonesia's rainforest habitats and carbon-rich peatlands remain at risk from clearance for palm oil plantations.

Orangutans at a feeding station run by Orangutan Foundation International. The area, near Tanjung Harapan village, Kumai District, Central Kalimantan, has recently been removed from the Tanjung Puting National Park and allocated to the oil palm company PT Andalan Sukses Makmur, a subsidiary of Bumitama Agri Ltd.

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World Water Day 2015

Slideshow | 21 March, 2015

International Day of Forests 2015

Slideshow | 21 March, 2015

Seeds Distribution for Typhoon Affected Farmers in The Philippine

Image | 19 December, 2014 at 14:30

Greenpeace volunteers prepare to distribute rice seeds for planting, to farmers whose fields where totally destroyed by Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit). A group of farmers from the islands of Cebu, Bohol and Negros – strong movers of sustainable and...

Oil Spill Aftermath in the Bangladesh Sundarbans

Image | 11 December, 2014 at 14:30

The breathing roots of mangroves are covered by a sheet of black oil on the banks of the Sela River in Sundarbans, Bangladesh, a UNESCO World Heritage site, after an oil-tanker carrying 350,000 litres of furnace oil sank in the river after it had...

Supporters welcome the Arctic Sunrise in Lanzarote, Spain

Image | 15 November, 2014 at 12:30

The Arctic Sunrise arrives in Lanzarote, following a peaceful protest against the the oil drilling ship ‘Rowan Renaissance.' A large crowd of supporters receives the ship and activists. Greenpeace is protesting against reckless plans by Repsol to...

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