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Peatlands and Palm Oil Plantation

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In Southeast Asia, many peatlands are burned, drained and converted into palm oil plantations. This causes enormous CO2 emissions, although palm oil pretends to be a 'biofuel', which is supposed to reduce CO2 emissions. Check www.ckpp.org for more videos related to the topics of the project, such as Illegal logging, Hydrological Restoration, Fire fighting and Healthcare.

More info: Central Kalimantan Peatlands Project www.ckpp.org
Produced by: CKPP
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Language: English

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