Sumatra’s Leuser ecosystem is the one place the place orangutans, rhinos, tigers and elephants coexist. However palm oil firms proceed to clear it, claims NGO
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A palm oil firm is constant to clear forest in a fast-diminishing elephant habitat in Indonesia’s Leuser ecosystem regardless of being the topic of two stories into unlawful deforestation, in response to a distinguished environmental organisation.
The Rainforest Motion Community (RAN) revealed a research in July accusing plantation proprietor PT Agra Bumi Niaga (ABN) of rising oil palms on illegally deforested land within the Leuser ecosystem, in Aceh province, northern Sumatra.
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