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BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1WZLB
December 03, 2015
An aerial view of ovens used to make charcoal from wood is seen in a traditional charcoal factory in...
Boa Vista, Brazil
An aerial view of ovens used to make charcoal from wood is seen in a traditional charcoal factory in...
An aerial view of ovens used to make charcoal from wood is seen in a traditional charcoal factory in the Amazon city of Boa Vista, Brazil, December 2, 2015. The destruction of Brazil's Amazon forest, the world's largest intact rainforest, increased by 16 percent in 2015 from a year ago as the government struggles to enforce legislation and stop illegal clearings. Satellite data for the 12 months through the end of July, released on November 2015 by Brazil's environment ministry, showed that 5,831 square km (2,251 square miles) of forests were cleared in the Brazilian Amazon, an area half the size of Puerto Rico. Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTS31J4
October 05, 2015
Laborers move baked bricks from an oven at a kiln on outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan October 5, 2015....
Peshawar, Pakistan
Laborers move baked bricks from an oven at a kiln on outskirts of Peshawar
Laborers move baked bricks from an oven at a kiln on outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan October 5, 2015. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA/
RTX18YWX
February 17, 2014
A labourer uses a burning oven to make fertiliser ingredients out of scrap leather at a factory in Kolkata...
Kolkata, India
A labourer uses a burning oven to make fertiliser ingredients out of scrap leather at a factory in Kolkata...
A labourer uses a burning oven to make fertiliser ingredients out of scrap leather at a factory in Kolkata February 14, 2014. Workers in the factory extract wet blue leather and recover a solid collagenic material containing high nitrogen levels, which can be used for the production of nitrogenous fertiliser. India’s import of nitrogenous fertiliser “urea” has been rising as farmers are demanding more to boost yields of staples such as rice and wheat. Picture taken February 14, 2014. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
INDIA/
RTX161XI
December 03, 2013
Labourers use a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside factory...
Kolkata, India
Labourers use a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside factory...
Labourers use a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside factory in Kolkata December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
MEXICO/
RTX14X2B
November 02, 2013
A crematorium worker cremates the remains of a cat named Gatis inside pet funeral services company "Funeral...
Mexico City, Mexico
A crematorium worker cremates the remains of a cat named Gatis inside pet funeral services company "Funeral...
A crematorium worker cremates the remains of a cat named Gatis inside pet funeral services company "Funeral Pet" in Mexico City October 31, 2013. According to pet funeral service companies, Mexicans are increasingly choosing to cremate or bury their domestic pets who have died and buy them coffins. In Mexico, funeral services for pets cost between $80 and $250. Picture taken October 31, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
IVORYCOAST/
RTX11BQ5
July 03, 2013
A blacksmith works in his workshop as his son looks on in Soko, around 7 km (4.3 miles) away from the...
SOKO, Cote D'Ivoire
A blacksmith works in his workshop as his son looks on in Soko
A blacksmith works in his workshop as his son looks on in Soko, around 7 km (4.3 miles) away from the border with Ghana July 3, 2013. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PAKISTAN/
RTR39BX0
October 19, 2012
Blacksmith Rafiq Ahmed, 50, checks the heat of a coal oven before shaping an iron rod at a workshop in...
Karachi, Pakistan
Blacksmith Rafiq Ahmed, 50, checks the heat of a coal oven before shaping an iron rod at a workshop in...
Blacksmith Rafiq Ahmed, 50, checks the heat of a coal oven before shaping an iron rod at a workshop in Karachi October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR32R0A
May 28, 2012
Agents from Brazil's environmental protection agency IBAMA destroy clandestine ovens used to make charcoal...
GOIANESIA, Brazil
Agents from Brazil's environmental protection agency IBAMA destroy clandestine ovens used to make charcoal...
Agents from Brazil's environmental protection agency IBAMA destroy clandestine ovens used to make charcoal from wood cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest, along the PA 150 highway in Goianesia, Para State May 26, 2012. The PA 150 is the main route used for the transportation of illegal charcoal to smelters producing pig iron, one of the main components of steel, in the city of Maraba, according to IBAMA. A recent Greenpeace investigation reported that the demand for pig iron for industries, such as the U.S. auto industry, is a major contributor to the destruction of the Amazon forest. Picture taken May 26, 2012. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2VOPE
December 28, 2011
A man removes dirt from an oven to retrieve baked bricks at a brickyard in the outskirts of Islamabad...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A man removes dirt from an oven to retrieve baked bricks at a brickyard in the outskirts of Islamabad...
A man removes dirt from an oven to retrieve baked bricks at a brickyard in the outskirts of Islamabad December 28, 2011. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN/
RTR29RA0
February 02, 2010
Boys, standing on top of an oven, throw bricks to be stacked at a brick yard in Larkana, located in Pakistan's...
Larkana, Pakistan
Boys, standing on top of an oven, throw bricks to be stacked at a brick yard in Larkana
Boys, standing on top of an oven, throw bricks to be stacked at a brick yard in Larkana, located in Pakistan's Sindh Province February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Nadeem Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR26X9S
August 20, 2009
A mold for forming gold bars is kept at high-temperature in an oven at a Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo factory...
KANAGAWA, Japan
A mold for forming gold bars is kept at high-temperature in an oven at a Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo factory...
A mold for forming gold bars is kept at high-temperature in an oven at a Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo factory in Kanagawa prefecture August 20, 2009. The factory produces gold bars and gold products for industrial and commercial use, and recycles gold from old products such as jewellery and industrial scrap. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN BUSINESS)
NICARAGUA/
RTXE70Z
April 20, 2009
A worker stands inside a traditional oven at a cement processing factory in Samaria town, some 35 km...
SAMARIA, Nicaragua
A worker stands inside a traditional oven at a cement processing factory in Samaria town
A worker stands inside a traditional oven at a cement processing factory in Samaria town, some 35 km (21 miles) south of Managua, April 20, 2009. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTR1ZZGI
April 28, 2008
Petanque bowls are seen during firing in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop in Marseille,...
Marseille, France
Petanque bowls are seen during firing in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop in Marseille...
Petanque bowls are seen during firing in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop in Marseille, southern France, April 24, 2008. The family plant, created in 1904, manufactures the only petanque bowls made in Marseille, using a closely guarded production secret that gives them their famous blue colour, well-known on petanque pitches over the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1ZZFU
April 28, 2008
A worker takes out a petanque bowl after being heated in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop...
Marseille, France
A worker takes out a petanque bowl after being heated in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop...
A worker takes out a petanque bowl after being heated in a special oven in the La Boule Bleue's workshop in Marseille, southern France, April 24, 2008. The family plant, created in 1904, manufactures the only petanque bowls made in Marseille, using a closely guarded production secret that gives them their famous blue colour, well-known on petanque pitches over the world. Picture taken April 24, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
USA/
RTR1ZX8D
April 26, 2008
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family brand their...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family near Boulder,...
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family brand their calves near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded since 1869. Together with family and friends, they will brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves each spring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
COLOMBIA/
RTR1SZBM
August 21, 2007
Colombian worker Plinio Rodriguez put wood into a natural oven to make charcoal in Ponte Zuela, Colombia,...
PONTE ZUELA, Colombia
Colombian worker Plinio Rodriguez put wood into a natural oven to make charcoal in Ponte Zuela
Colombian worker Plinio Rodriguez put wood into a natural oven to make charcoal in Ponte Zuela, Colombia, August 17, 2007. More than 8,000 families in the area survive by burning wood to produce charcoal, a business that pays them less than $3 a day. Picture taken on August 17. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA)
BRAZIL/
RTR1RID3
July 06, 2007
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn...
ULIANOPOLIS, Brazil
A worker feeds logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest into an oven to make charcoal in Ulianopolis
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn the wood into charcoal for use in iron smelters and for home use, just outside the town of Ulianopolis in Para state July 5, 2007. The cutting of trees for the charcoal industry is one of the main causes of the destruction of the world's largest rainforest. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR1RID0
July 06, 2007
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn...
ULIANOPOLIS, Brazil
A worker feeds logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest into an oven to make charcoal in Ulianopolis
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn the wood into charcoal for use in iron smelters and for home use, just outside the town of Ulianopolis in Para state July 5, 2007. The cutting of trees for the charcoal industry is one of the main causes of the destruction of the world's largest rainforest. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR1RICU
July 06, 2007
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn...
ULIANOPOLIS, Brazil
A worker feeds logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest into an oven to make charcoal in Ulianopolis
A worker feeds logs, cut from virgin Amazon rainforest, into one of the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn the wood into charcoal for use in iron smelters and for home use, just outside the town of Ulianopolis in Para state July 5, 2007. The cutting of trees for the charcoal industry is one of the main causes of the destruction of the world's largest rainforest. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR1RICJ
July 06, 2007
Logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest lie next to the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn the wood into...
ULIANOPOLIS, Brazil
Amazon logs lie next to ovens used to turn the wood into charcoal in Ulianopolis
Logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest lie next to the nearly 1,200 ovens used to turn the wood into charcoal for use in iron smelters and for home use, just outside the town of Ulianopolis in Para state July 5, 2007. The cutting of trees for the charcoal industry is one of the main causes of the destruction of the world's largest rainforest. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
INDIA/
RTR1PC5A
May 04, 2007
A labourer walks past a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside...
Kolkata, India
A labourer walks past a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside...
A labourer walks past a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside factory in Kolkata May 4, 2007. Humans need to make sweeping cuts in greenhouse gas emissions over the next 50 years to keep global warming in check, but it need only cost a tiny fraction of world economic output, a major U.N. climate report said on Friday. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1PC59
May 04, 2007
A labourer walks up a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside...
Kolkata, India
A labourer walks up a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside...
A labourer walks up a burning oven to make fertilizer ingredients out of scrap leather at a roadside factory in Kolkata May 4, 2007. Humans need to make sweeping cuts in greenhouse gas emissions over the next 50 years to keep global warming in check, but it need only cost a tiny fraction of world economic output, a major U.N. climate report said on Friday. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
MONGOLIA
RTR1GRIN
August 28, 2006
Children play inside an incomplete 'ger' near Orkhon waterfalls in Mongolia August 19, 2006. 'Gers' can...
Orkhon, Mongolia
Children play inside an incomplete ger near Orkhon waterfalls in Mongolia
Children play inside an incomplete 'ger' near Orkhon waterfalls in Mongolia August 19, 2006. 'Gers' can be erected in about an hour, are traditionally used by nomads and about half of all Mongolians live in one. The door always faces the south as a protection against the northern winds. The felt used to make the 'ger' is traditionally made by the herders themselves from the wool of their flocks. Picture taken August 19, 2006. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (MONGOLIA) Also refer to: GF2DUXKKLIAA
RTRO7QQ
May 24, 2003
Bricks are formed in the ovens within a brick factory in the town of
Nahrawan east of Baghdad May 24...
Klin
BRICKS ARE MADE AT A BRICK FACTORY IN NAHRAWAN.
Bricks are formed in the ovens within a brick factory in the town of
Nahrawan east of Baghdad May 24 2003. The traditional form of brick making
still flourishes with expectations that the U.S-led war against Iraq may
have a beneficial knock-on effect on the industry. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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