Apr 1, 2012


Demand for survival

Tripa Peat Swamps and their Orangutans being cremated to annihilation:  Government of Indonesia must uphold law or face international shame We, Walhi Indonesia, Greenpeace Indonesia, Yayasan Ekosistem Lestari, Sawit Watch Indonesia, the Coalition Team for Saving the Tripa Peat Swamps, are here today to demand the following: The immediate enforcement of laws protecting the Leuser Ecosystem, including the Tripa Peat Swamps, namely: The Spatial Planning Law (UU 26/2007) and subsequent Government Regulation (PP 26/2008) which establishes the Leuser Ecosystem as a National Strategic Area with an environmental protection function; and the Law of the Governance of Aceh (UU11/2006) which obligates the Government and the Government of Aceh to protect the Leuser Ecosystem.
Dear Ministry of Forestry  you have to make sure JUSTICE is served in Tripa protected forest 
I signed the petitionPlease take immediate action and follow this tragedy at
3/30 POST
This is a huge unforgivable crime. From the United Kingdom's Daily Mail, this article was updated March 30th. Hundreds of orangutans have been killed by fires deliberately set by palm oil companies.

"Shocking: Hundreds of orangutans are believed to have died in fires deliberately lit by palm oil companies in Tripa forest on the coast of Aceh province in northern Indonesia"

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122544/Hundreds-orangutans-killed-north-Indonesian-forest-fires-deliberately-started-palm-oil-firms.html#ixzz1qdonhngO

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