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INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14HG
September 15, 2015
A Citilink airplane officer walks at an empty tarmac in Sultan Thaha airport as the haze shrouded Jambi,...
Jambi, Indonesia
A Citilink airplane officer walks at an empty tarmac in Sultan Thaha airport as the haze shrouded Jambi...
A Citilink airplane officer walks at an empty tarmac in Sultan Thaha airport as the haze shrouded Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14HD
September 15, 2015
A worker stands as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September...
Jambi, Indonesia
A worker stands as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi
A worker stands as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14GV
September 15, 2015
An empty boarding area is seen at Sultan Thaha airport due to poor visibility from the haze in Jambi,...
Jambi, Indonesia
An empty boarding area is seen at Sultan Thaha airport due to poor visibility from the haze in Jambi
An empty boarding area is seen at Sultan Thaha airport due to poor visibility from the haze in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14GJ
September 15, 2015
A resident takes a bath as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island,...
Jambi, Indonesia
A resident takes a bath as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi
A resident takes a bath as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14GE
September 15, 2015
Residents move over wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river...
Jambi, Indonesia
Residents move over wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river...
Residents move over wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14G4
September 15, 2015
A worker moves across wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the...
Jambi, Indonesia
A worker moves across wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the...
A worker moves across wooden boats after travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14FU
September 15, 2015
People sit on a wooden boat while travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river in...
Jambi, Indonesia
People sit on a wooden boat while travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river in...
People sit on a wooden boat while travelling across Batanghari River as the haze shrouded the river in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14FN
September 15, 2015
Workers use their mask as sit on a wooded boat during across the river as the haze shrouded Batanghari...
Jambi, Indonesia
Workers use their mask as sit on a wooded boat during across the river as the haze shrouded Batanghari...
Workers use their mask as sit on a wooded boat during across the river as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS14FB
September 15, 2015
Workers walk up to the shore of a river basin after travelling on a boat as the haze shrouded Batanghari...
Jambi, Indonesia
Workers walk up to the shore of a river basin after travelling on a boat as the haze shrouded Batanghari...
Workers walk up to the shore of a river basin after travelling on a boat as the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, on Indonesia's Sumatra island, September 15, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called late on Monday for strong action against anyone caught lighting fires to clear forested land, as a worsening haze blanketed the north of the country and neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10F8
September 14, 2015
Girls take a selfie at the haze shrouded Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island,...
Jambi, Indonesia
Girls take a selfie at the haze shrouded Batanghari River bridge in Jambi
Girls take a selfie at the haze shrouded Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10F7
September 14, 2015
People sit on a wooden boat as they cross the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
People sit on a wooden boat as they cross the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi
People sit on a wooden boat as they cross the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10EK
September 14, 2015
A man stands on his wooden boat as it crosses the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia...
Jambi, Indonesia
A man stands on his wooden boat as it crosses the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi
A man stands on his wooden boat as it crosses the haze shrouded Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10E7
September 14, 2015
Workers transfer a container of cooking oil into wooden boat as haze shrouds the Batanghari River in...
Jambi, Indonesia
Workers transfer a container of cooking oil into wooden boat as haze shrouds the Batanghari River in...
Workers transfer a container of cooking oil into wooden boat as haze shrouds the Batanghari River in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10DX
September 14, 2015
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10DU
September 14, 2015
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi
Workers shovel sand into a truck as haze shrouds the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS10DP
September 14, 2015
A family sits together amidst the haze beside the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
A family sits together amidst the haze beside the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi
A family sits together amidst the haze beside the Batanghari River bridge in Jambi, Indonesia Sumatra island, September 14, 2015. Indonesian islands are blanketed in the so-called "haze," caused by slash-and-burn clearances on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which makes thousands sick, delays flights and pushes air quality to unhealthy levels in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA
RTR2H78T
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a forestry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken on August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H78M
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a forestry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken on August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H77F
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows workers' lodgings at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows workers' lodgings at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows workers' lodgings at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a forestry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H776
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a forestry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken on August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H749
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a foresttry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken on August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H73B
August 10, 2010
An aerial view shows a palm oil factory at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view shows a palm oil factory at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province
An aerial view shows a palm oil factory at a palm oil plantation in Indonesia's Jambi province August 5, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a foresttry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken on August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ENVIRONMENT/
RTR2H28G
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H28E
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of an excavator at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H287
August 05, 2010
Greenpeace activists display a banner near logging trucks during a protest against forest destruction...
Jambi, Indonesia
Greenpeace activists display a banner near logging trucks during a protest against forest destruction...
Greenpeace activists display a banner near logging trucks during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh in Indonesia's Jambi province, August 5, 2010. The banner was deployed in the southern part of Bukit Tigapuluh. Asia Pulps and Paper (APP) has previously denied destroying the tiger habitat in Bukit Tigapuluh national park. The park is one of the last refuges for the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger and hosts 660 plant species, 200 species of birds and 60 mammal species, Greenpeace officer Grace Duran-Cabus said on Thursday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27S
August 05, 2010
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched...
Jambi, Indonesia
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27Q
August 05, 2010
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched...
Jambi, Indonesia
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island
A view of deforestation on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27M
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of a clearing at a forest in Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of a clearing at a forest in Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of a clearing at a forest in Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27H
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27G
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H27D
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H279
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of deforestation at Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA
RTR2H26Z
August 05, 2010
An aerial view of trees at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia...
Jambi, Indonesia
An aerial view of trees at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island
An aerial view of trees at a forest on Indonesia's Sumatra island, August 5, 2010. Indonesia and Australia launched a A$30 million project to fight deforestation in Sumatra as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and boost a planned forest-carbon trading scheme on March this year. Indonesia, like Brazil, is on the front line of efforts to curb deforestation that is a major contributor to mankind's greenhouse gas emissions that scientists blame for heating up the planet. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2H24B
August 05, 2010
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh...
Jambi, Indonesia
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh...
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh in Indonesia's Jambi province, August 5, 2010. The banner was deployed in the southern part of Bukit Tigapuluh. Asia Pulps and Paper (APP) has previously denied destroying the tiger habitat in Bukit Tigapuluh national park. The park is one of the last refuges for the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger and hosts 660 plant species, 200 species of birds and 60 mammal species, Greenpeace officer Grace Duran-Cabus said on Thursday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
INDONESIA/
RTR2H248
August 05, 2010
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh...
Jambi, Indonesia
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh...
Greenpeace activists display a banner during a protest against forest destruction at Bukit Tiga Puluh in Indonesia's Jambi province, August 5, 2010. The banner was deployed in the southern part of Bukit Tigapuluh. Asia Pulps and Paper (APP) has previously denied destroying the tiger habitat in Bukit Tigapuluh national park. The park is one of the last refuges for the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger and hosts 660 plant species, 200 species of birds and 60 mammal species, Greenpeace officer Grace Duran-Cabus said on Thursday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXS4RD
April 25, 2010
International evangelist Pastor Apollo Quiboloy (2nd R) walks with presidential candidates attending...
Manila, Philippines
International evangelist Pastor Apollo Quiboloy (2nd R) walks with presidential candidates attending...
International evangelist Pastor Apollo Quiboloy (2nd R) walks with presidential candidates attending his 60th birthday celebration in Davao City, southern Philippines April 25, 2010. Pastor Quiboloy heads the religious group The Kingdom of Jesus Christ which has a following of about six million members all over the world. Alongside him are, (from L to R) senator Jamby Madrigal, Evangelist Eddie Villanueva and senator Dick Gordon. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS RELIGION)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2BHQN
March 11, 2010
Independent presidential candidate Senator Ma. Ana Consuelo "Jamby" Madrigal inspects official ballot...
Manila, Philippines
Independent presidential candidate Senator Madrigal inspects official ballot seals during her visit o...
Independent presidential candidate Senator Ma. Ana Consuelo "Jamby" Madrigal inspects official ballot seals during her visit to the national printing office in Quezon city, metro Manila, March 11, 2010. The Philippines will start using elections machines for the first time in the May 2010 national and local elections to eliminate fraud and speedup process. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PHILIPPINES
RTR2AAH2
February 15, 2010
Philippine politicians display "NO" placards as their reply from a question, during a debate of presidential...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine politicians display "NO" placards as their reply from a question, during a debate of presidential...
Philippine politicians display "NO" placards as their reply from a question, during a debate of presidential candidates in the May elections, hosted by the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines (FOCAP) in Makati city February 15, 2010. Presidential candidates from (L-R) are Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon, Senator Jamby Madrigal, Environmentalist Nicanor Perlas, Olongapo city councilor JC de los Reyes, administration candidate Gilbert Teodoro, and religious leader Eddie Villanueva. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2AAGV
February 15, 2010
Philippine politicians display placards affirming for a clean elections as they pose before the media...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine politicians display placards affirming for a clean elections as they pose before the media...
Philippine politicians display placards affirming for a clean elections as they pose before the media after a debate of presidential candidates in the May elections, hosted by the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines (FOCAP) in Makati city February 15, 2010. Presidential candidates (from L) are Senator Benigno "NoyNoy" Aquino, Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon, Senator Jamby Madrigal, Environmentalist Nicanor Perlas, Olongapo city councilor JC de los Reyes, administration candidate Gilbert Teodoro, and religious leader Eddie Villanueva. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR29YNN
February 08, 2010
Philippine politicians pose in front of the media before the start of a presidential candidates debate...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine politicians pose in front of the media before the start of a presidential candidates debate...
Philippine politicians pose in front of the media before the start of a presidential candidates debate at the University of the Philippines in Quezon city February 8, 2010. The candidates are (from L to R) Senator Benigno "NoyNoy" Aquino, Olongapo city councilor JC de los Reyes, Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon, Senator Jamby Madrigal, environmentalist Nicanor Perlas, administration candidate Gilbert Teodoro, religious leader Eddie Villanueva and Senator Manny Villar. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXR3V4
November 25, 2009
Senator Jamby Madrigal (C) and local mayor Alfredo Lim (R) put some confiscated pirated pornographic...
Manila, Philippines
Senator Jamby Madrigal and local mayor Alfredo Lim put some confiscated pirated pornographic video on...
Senator Jamby Madrigal (C) and local mayor Alfredo Lim (R) put some confiscated pirated pornographic video disc on a shredder machine during a crushing ceremony outside the city hall of Manila November 25, 2009. The Philippines has approved a law making child pornography a serious crime the first in Asia. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES POLITICS CRIME LAW)
INDONESIA/
RTXA618
November 02, 2008
Britain's Prince Charles smiles to local children during his visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi province...
Jambi, Indonesia
Britain's Prince Charles smiles to local children during visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi province...
Britain's Prince Charles smiles to local children during his visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi province November 2, 2008. Prince Charles is in Indonesia for a five-day visit to encourage greater understanding between faiths and promote a sustainable low-carbon future. REUTERS/Binsar Bakkara/ Pool (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTXA612
November 02, 2008
Britain's Prince Charles (L) smiles to local children during his visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi...
Jambi, Indonesia
Britain's Prince Charles smiles to local children during his visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi province...
Britain's Prince Charles (L) smiles to local children during his visit to Harapan Rain Forest in Jambi province November 2, 2008. Prince Charles is in Indonesia for a five-day visit to encourage greater understanding between faiths and promote a sustainable low-carbon future. REUTERS/Binsar Bakkara/Pool (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA HAZE
RTR1IIR4
October 20, 2006
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, south Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in classroom in Jambi
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, south Sumatra October 20, 2006. Complicity by local officials is complicating efforts to bring to justice companies suspected of starting forest and brush fires in Indonesia, the environment ministry's top investigator said on Thursday. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA HAZE
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October 20, 2006
A forest ranger sprays water in a burning forest in the Muara Jambi region in Indonesia's South Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Forest ranger sprays water in forest in Muara Jambi
A forest ranger sprays water in a burning forest in the Muara Jambi region in Indonesia's South Sumatra province October 20, 2006. Complicity by local officials is complicating efforts to bring to justice companies suspected of starting forest and brush fires in Indonesia, the environment ministry's top investigator said on Thursday. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA HAZE
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October 20, 2006
A forest ranger sprays water in a burning forest in the Muara Jambi region in Indonesia's South Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Forest ranger sprays water in forest in Muara Jambi
A forest ranger sprays water in a burning forest in the Muara Jambi region in Indonesia's South Sumatra province October 20, 2006. Complicity by local officials is complicating efforts to bring to justice companies suspected of starting forest and brush fires in Indonesia, the environment ministry's top investigator said on Thursday. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA HAZE
RTR1IIQW
October 20, 2006
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, South Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in classroom in Jambi
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, South Sumatra October 20, 2006. Complicity by local officials is complicating efforts to bring to justice companies suspected of starting forest and brush fires in Indonesia, the environment ministry's top investigator said on Thursday. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA HAZE
RTR1IIQP
October 20, 2006
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, South Sumatra...
Jambi, Indonesia
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in classroom in Jambi
Indonesian elementary school students wear masks in the classroom in the town of Jamb, South Sumatra October 20, 2006. Complicity by local officials is complicating efforts to bring to justice companies suspected of starting forest and brush fires in Indonesia, the environment ministry's top investigator said on Thursday. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
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