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everything signed and shared on fb, twitter, googl+

1 month ago

All petitions signed!

2 months ago

thanks, articles reviewed, any petitions I could find signed....thanks

2 months ago

Yes, Val, we're working on it - the most important shall be on the top.



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2 months ago

I get confused - some of your threads start from the last to the first and others opposite  - sorry -

Signed and shared.  Thanks.

2 months ago

That was good news.

2 months ago

Thank you for the info and signed!

Sumatra - Stop Palm Oil Plantations!
5 months ago
10 months ago

Gladly signed!

10 months ago

signed

WAKING UP IN BORNEO
10 months ago
11 months ago

Signed.

STOP DEFORESTATION IN INDONESIA!
11 months ago
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Stop Deforestation in Indonesia

  • signatures: 759
  • signature goal: 1,000
  • Target: President of Indonesia, Mr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Government Officials of Indonesia
  • Sponsored by: Cal Mendelsohn

Recent official figures show more than half of Indonesia's rainforest, the third-largest swath in the world, has been felled in a few years and permission has been granted to convert up to 70 per cent of what remains into palm or acacia plantations. Thirty years ago the world's third-and sixth-largest islands were full of tigers, elephants, rhinos, orangutans and exotic birds and plants but they have been effectively trashed in a single generation by global agribusiness and pulp and paper industries.

Indonesian Govnerment efforts to control this destruction have been ineffective. Acording to a recnt artcle in the New Zealand Herald, "Despite a commitment from the Government to extend a moratorium on deforestation for two years, Indonesia is still cutting down its forests faster than any other country. Loopholes in the law mean the moratorium only covers new licences and primary forests, and excludes key peatland areas and existing concessions which are tiger and elephant habitat... more