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'No more rainforest clearing for palm oil'
Indonesian Minister for Environment Rachmat Witoelar said Indonesia will not allow palm oil producers to clear primary forests for establishing plantations, reports Bloomberg. "Expansion of palm oil plantations will not be allowed to sacrifice natural forests," Witoelar said in an interview yesterday. "They will be planted in lots that are already empty. There are plenty of these, 18 million hectares of them."
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Hi,

good news, we should continue with the clearing of palm oil plantations and begin to restore rain forest.

- for elephants, so they will have place to roam again and enough food to eat;
- for peasants in the villages so they still have place for their crops;
- for other animals;
- .......................................

look at my avatar, see the palmoilplantation in the background ?
That was not there 50 years ago,

Inez Emoticon: Worship



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Hi,

If you could help please do. Emoticon: Yes!

In central Kalimantan the forest is stripped now.
The local people are trying to maintain the forest and the animals in it.
See the artivle on Indonesia log written by Barrie.

http://www.indonesialogue.com/(...)live-kalimantan.html

contact Femke in Indonesia 08 1314962608
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Or, go to the website of COP: www.orangutanprotection.com

CENTRE FOR ORANGUTAN PROTECTION,
PO BOX 2406 JKP 10024 - Jakarta

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thanks,

Inez






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