COP activists help local people to rehabilitate their forest after destroyed by palm oil company in Cempaga – Central Borneo. We planted at least 1000 local trees and we will plant thousands more trees. It has been our dream to secure the area to be protected forest for orangutan. Unfortunately, 63 trees logged by illegal loggers during a week Ramadhan Holiday when nobody from COP or Sahabu family stay in the forest.  We are really sad. At least 5 orangutans came to our small camp. “They asking for our help,” said Christopel Sahabu, the community leader.

Finally COP decided to establish an “Orangutan Defender Camp”.   The COP activist, volunteer or local people will stay at the camp night and day: preventing loggers and heavy equipment threat our orangutans. Now, they has think twice before threatening orangutan: COP will make them in trouble.  Once again, thanks  to Masha/ Monkey Business that support us on protecting orangutan.  Please click SUPPORT if you want to help us. We have a wish list to  running the camp. You people are making difference.

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Palangka Raya (ANTARA News) – Sejumlah satwa langka spesies endemis Kalimantan Tengah (Kalteng) beberapa tahun terakhir menghilang akibat minimnya program konservasi satwa di wilayah ini.

“Sejumlah satwa asli yang hidup Kalimantan Tengah kini tidak lagi dapat dijumpai keberadaannya di alam liar serta populasinya pun tidak pernah diketahui tinggal berapa,” kata Direktur Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) Hardi Baktiantoro, di Palangka Raya, Sabtu.

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London, 26/3 (ANTARA) – An international campaign to save the Orangutan is


underway in Britain where consumers are being discouraged from consuming products


that contain elements of palm oil grown in Malaysia and Indonesia. Several British


charities that focus on the protection of the orangutan launched the campaign by


encouraging well-known British and overseas supermarket chains including ASDA,


Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose to stock and sell products only with the label


‘Orangutan Friendly’

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