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December 21, 2011
A palm oil tree is seen beside a burned tree at a peatland area belonging to the PT Kallista Allam palm...
NAGAN RAYA, Indonesia
A palm oil tree is seen beside a burned tree at a peatland area belonging to the PT Kallista Allam palm...
A palm oil tree is seen beside a burned tree at a peatland area belonging to the PT Kallista Allam palm oil plantation at Kuala Tripa district in Nagan Raya, Indonesia's Aceh province December 20, 2011. The governor of Indonesia?s Aceh province has breached a ban on clearing forests that is at the heart of a $1 billion climate deal with Norway, earning a rebuke by a senior government official on Thursday. The two-year moratorium on issuing permits to log and convert forests, effective from May this year, is meant to protect primary forests and peatlands in the Asian country in a bid to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Picture taken December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Roni Bintang (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
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