Fossil fuel corporation threatens Sumatran tigers


This 26 December 2019 video says about itself:

Saving Sumatran tigers becomes a challenge amid Indonesia’s coal boom

As Indonesia invests in coal expansion, conservationists say species like the critically endangered Sumatran tiger are losing their territory.

Sekalak village in southern Sumatra lies in one of the last remaining strongholds of the Sumatran tiger, a big cat species that the locals revere as both an ancestral spirit and the guardian of the forest. However, the presence of a coal-mining operation in the area poses a threat to both the tigers and the villagers’ way of life.

Read more here.

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