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How fixing palm oil could save orangutans from extinction

How Fixing Palm Oil Could Save Orangutans From Extinction by Achmad Saleh Suhada -août 2015

Pictures: Saving Sumatra's Orangutans

Wildfires are feared to have already killed a third of the wild orangutan population. Help these loving animals.

Orangutans: threatened with extinction and illegally traded. FOUR PAWS helps re-release orangutan orphans into the wild in Borneo To mark International Orangutan Day on 19 August, international animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS is drawing attention to the plight of orangutans, a species threatened with extinction. #Act4Wildlife #orangutan #borneo

Orangutans: threatened with extinction and illegally traded

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Because the same source for "palm oil" also happens to be a major food source for orangutans and elephants, workers are encouraged to SHOOT THEM if they see them feeding on the palm trees!

Say no to palm oil! It's not worth destroying a habitat and the beautiful creatures within it. Orangutans are critically endangered, primarily because of greed and the production of palm oil. Shop smart!

Say no to palm oil! It's not worth destroying a habitat and the beautiful creatures within it. Orangutans are critically endangered, primarily because of greed and the production of palm oil. Shop smart!

Palm oil production is destroying the forests of Sumatra. And if we don't act soon to save the forests, Sumatran orangutans may no longer exist.

How This Baby Orangutan Feels About the Fact Their Population Might Be Extinct in 15 Years

Palm oil production is destroying the forests of Sumatra. And if we don't act soon to save the forests, Sumatran orangutans may no longer exist.

EXTINCTION IS FOREVER : Learn some interesting facts about Orangutans, one of our close relatives.

EXTINCTION IS FOREVER : Learn some interesting facts about Orangutans, one of our close relatives.

Would you deny this cutie a home for your clothes? via Greenpeace Italy

Nutella is causing deforestation and displacing adorable orangutans. and French ecology minister Ségolène Royal says we need to give the good stuff up.

Johnson & Johnson: The path to 'No More Tears' in Indonesian rainforests

Johnson & Johnson: The path to 'No More Tears' in Indonesian rainforests

Baby Orangutan, Orangutans, Human Babies, Johnson Johnson, Environmentalist, Environmental Issues, Rainforests, Habitats, Orangutan

Hutan Kita Menang! Procter & Gamble berkomitmen untuk Nol Deforestasi | Greenpeace Indonesia

Hutan Kita Menang! Procter & Gamble berkomitmen untuk Nol Deforestasi

People Power: P&G Engages Palm Oil Protests and Collective Action While P&G's 2020 target is far from ambitious, this does show the power of social networking to drive change in the private sector.

Greenpeace article on how the palm oil industry is cooking the planet

How the palm oil industry is Cooking the Climate - full report

Orangutans in the forest of Bukit Batikap

Hundreds of Orangutans Killed Annually for Meat. Villagers hunting endangered ape to extinction in Indonesian region, study says.

You did it! Palm oil giant commits to No Deforestation!

Wilmar International - the world's biggest palm oil company - has committed to a No Deforestation Policy.

LAST CALL! #fivefortheoceans ends at MIDNIGHT tonight! Please donate before it's too late: www.oceana.org/fivefortheoceans

LAST CALL! #fivefortheoceans ends at MIDNIGHT tonight! Please donate before it's too late: www.oceana.org/fivefortheoceans

Sumatran Tiger in Indonesia. 08/13/2013 © Paul Hilton / Greenpeace

No Deforestation solutions for Palm Oil into practice

Kellogg pushes sustainable palm oil: Is it enough? “Having Kellogg join is huge,” says Joao Talocchi, US palm oil campaigner at Greenpeace. “This will impact how palm oil is produced all over the planet.

Reconnect with nature! | Playlist | TED.com

The voice of the natural world - Bernie Krause - Bernie Krause has been recording wild soundscapes -- the wind in the trees, the chirping of birds, the subtle sounds of insect larvae -- for 45 years.

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