21 thoughts on “Save Indonesia’s Sumatran orangutans

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  2. Rainforest logging banned until 2015

    INDONESIA: The government today extended a ban on clearing primary rainforests and peatlands for another two years.

    The 2011 moratorium bars new logging and plantation permits.

    But it does not affect areas where concessions were granted before the moratorium.

    Environmentalists argue the government is still not doing enough to fight corruption and protect areas from illegal fires and logging.



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