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Putting The Brakes on the Drivers of Forest Destruction

The consumption needs of developed economies and rapidly expanding developing economies are increasingly driving deforestation. Commercially produced timber, agricultural and livestock commodities are now the number one cause of deforestation and degradation worldwide

Front cover of our report entitled The Politics of Extinction: The Orangutan Crisis The Destruction of Indonesia's Forests

The Politics of Extinction

A report on the threat posed to the last remaining populations of orangutans by illegal logging and the conversion of forest land to oil palm plantations. The wild orangutan population has crashed by up to 50 per cent in the past decade, leaving only 15,000 -25,000 surviving