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On the edges of the large white canvasses you can see clearly the bloodstains. As if someone has cut their finger on them. Only a closer look reveals these bloodstains as wounded animals. The “Paper Cut Life” art exhibition is designed to spread an important message: paper production leads to deforestation, and thus destroys the habitats of many different species of animals.
Greenpeace has a firm commitment to protecting the remaining native forest as well the natural habitats of all the different species on this planet. Paper is the prime culprit of deforestation and thus is an important aspect of forest protection work.
In 2004, Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) was linked to deforestation in Yunnan. Since then Greenpeace has been engaged in a long struggle against APP in China. Over the last...