Photos confirm Indonesia being burned for palm oil

Mongabay: New photos released today by Greenpeace show that palm oil developers are quickly planting burned peatlands with oil palm seedlings in Indonesian Borneo. The findings strongly refute a statement made by GAPKI, Indonesia's palm oil trade association, which claimed that the country's palm oil industry is the victim of a smear campaign. Greenpeace noted that there is no way to know who burned the land because the Indonesian government hasn't released concession maps for the area in years. That......

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