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True Face of Borneo Forests

Fikri Hidayat | Wednesday, February 26, 2014 

KOMPAS.com - The destruction of rainforests, peatlands and orangutan habitat continues to occur in the earth of Borneo. Oil palm concession owners took part in this action. They supply the demand for the manufacture of detergents, shampoos, cosmetics and household goods. 

Companies that do not have strong policies to cut deforestation of their products can be associated with illegal practices. 

Indonesian forest disappears area equivalent of nine Olympic swimming pools every minute, with palm oil is the biggest driver of deforestation. Similarly, the data in the Greenpeace global campaign launched today. by foto kompas

Credit: AFP PHOTO / BAY Ismoyo: View current survey mission by Greenpeace in Kapuas District of Central Kalimantan February 21, 2014 shows the forest concession Chess Wana Jaya Utama which is being developed oil palm plantations


Credit: AFP PHOTO / BAY Ismoyo: Clearing of forests for construction of roads to the concession area for oil palm plantations are seen during a survey mission by Greenpeace in Central Kalimantan, February 24, 2014


Credit: AFP PHOTO / BAY Ismoyo: Deforestation in the concession area of PT Multi Persada Magnificent Slot for oil palm plantations are seen during a survey mission by Greenpeace in the North Barito Central Kalimantan February 24, 2014
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