The Last Stand of the Orangutan

State of Emergency: Illegal Logging, Fire and Palm Oil in Indonesia's National Parks
The survival of orangutans and other rain forest wildlife in Indonesia is seriously endangered by illegal logging, forest fires including those associated with the rapid spread of oil palm plantations, illegal hunting and trade.

The survival of orangutans and other rain forest wildlife in Indonesia is seriously endangered by illegal logging, forest fires including those associated with the rapid spread of oil palm plantations, illegal hunting and trade.

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jarvis beitzel - 09 Nov 2011
does the government want to kill the orangutan's
StopTheAbuse - 05 Aug 2012
What can we do? I'm sickened by this and yet, outside of supporting Greenpeace, there is nothing I can do. I can't take the lack of humanity anymore. How can we stop this? I vote green, bit it's not enough.
T.Smith - 06 Mar 2013
don't buy products that contain palm oil.. that seems to be all we can do besides spreading awareness, voting green and financially supporting if we can

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