Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/-Chief-of-Mbongo-Manyom-Bima-Francois-in-Cameroon-27MZIFJJ4M1SX.htmlConceptually similarFarmer and Local Activist in CameroonGP0STPVRMCompleted★★★★Chief of Mundemba in CameroonGP04JRDCompleted★★★★Chief of Magnyeme Village in CameroonGP04JRJCompleted★★★★Konafcoop Manager in CameroonGP0STOUQICompleted★★★★Konafcoop Manager in CameroonGP0STOUQJCompleted★★★★Konafcoop Manager in CameroonGP0STOUSFCompleted★★★★Konafcoop Manager in CameroonGP0STOUSGCompleted★★★★Welcome Ceremony for the Esperanza in Douala, CameroonGP0STR819Completed★★★★Welcome Ceremony for the Esperanza in Douala, CameroonGP0STR818Completed★★★★View AllGP0STPVRA Chief of Mbongo Manyom Bima-François in CameroonHis Majesty Manyom Bima-François, chief of Mbongo, Cameroon.Locations:Africa-Cameroon-Mbongo (Cameroon)Date:12 Mar, 2016Credit:© Micha Patault / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5472px X 3988pxKeywords:Day-Forests (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Political leaders-PortraitsShoot:Socfin's Investiments Threaten Cameroon's ForestsIn March 2016 Greenpeace lead an investigation on Socfin's plantations in Cameroon and published a report titled “Africa’s forests under threat: Socfin’s plantations in Cameroon and Liberia”. The Société Financière des Caoutchoucs (Socfin), one of the leading oil palm and rubber tree plantation operators in Africa, plans to extend its plantations in a dozen countries, mostly African nations, threatening forests that are essential for the preservation of climate balances, biodiversity and the living conditions of local populations. Greenpeace conducted map-based analyses and in-depth field surveys on Socfin's concessions in Cameroon. The case study reveals that Socfin’s business and its refusal to adopt a zero deforestation policy represent a major threat for Cameroon's forests in which the company operates. Greenpeace urges Socfin to adopt immediately and implement a zero deforestation policy, applicable to all its businesses and subsidiaries.