Proctor & Gamble accused of Indonesian rainforest destruction

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This video says about itself:

GREEN (Palm Oil Deforestation) – Documentary by Patrick Rouxel

19 May 2011

Documentary on the Indonesian rainforest, deforestation and orangutan extinction.

It is a silent film (without narration, but with music) which addresses itself both to the Indonesians and the consumers of wood/paper/palm oil around the world.

This important documentary was filmed in the fast disappearing Indonesian rainforest and is not narrated, however, its message is clear and frightening. The home of the Orangutan and many other wildlife species in Indonesia is being decimated at an alarming rate by consumer need and greed.

The film features the widespread practice of ‘slash and burn’ to clear the lush rainforest to make way for extensive palm oil plantations which we, the consumer, support in our demand for our favourite foods, magazines, cosmetics, and, increasingly, biofuel. The practice has also seen Indonesia move into…

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