The Greenpeace Jaguars

Feature story - 26 July, 2004
An area of forest the size of Germany is under threat, along with the indigenous peoples and jaguars that live there. Bulldozers are turning the land into soya plantations to feed pigs and chickens in Europe and North America.

But the Greenpeace Jaguars are in action to save the forest. Check out the latest updates on how a small team of activists in Argentina, and massive team of cyberactivists worldwide, are trying to put a stop to the destruction.

You can help.


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