Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Palm-Oil-Tanker-in-North-Sea-27MZIFLDRUDP.htmlConceptually similarAction against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF5Completed★★★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NEZCompleted★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF8Completed★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NEYCompleted★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF0Completed★★★★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF2Completed★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF3Completed★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF4Completed★★★★Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGP01NF1Completed★★★★View AllGP01NF6Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGreenpeace activists in inflatable boat are sprayed with power hoses while painting the text "Forest Crime" on the side of the palm oil tanker Isola Corallo at the North Sea. In original language:Oerbosactie Palmolietanker Isola Corallo op de Noordzee Greenpeace actievoerders in een rubberboot worden bespoten met een hogedrukspuit, terwijl ze de tekst "Forest Crime" op de zijkant van de palmolietanker Isola Corallo schilderen op de Noordzee. Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-North SeaDate:24 Dec, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:5745px X 4001pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Boats-Day-Force-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Inflatables (boats)-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oil palm (plants)-Oil tankers-Outdoors-Painting (activity)-Painting actions-Props-Sinar Mas Group-Spraying-Water cannons-Water hosesShoot:Action against Palm Oil Tanker in North SeaGreenpeace activists protest against a shipment of Indonesian palm oil en route to Rotterdam by painting 'Forest Crime' on the side of the palm oil tanker Isola Corallo. The tanker is transporting a consignment of 29,000 metric tonnes of crude palm oil from Indonesia's largest palm oil producer, Sinar Mas, to Europe which has already been a subject to a Greenpeace action six weeks ago in the port of Dumai in Sumatra, Indonesia. Recent Greenpeace investigations have brought to light information showing that Sinar Mas is actively destroying Indonesian rain forests and peat lands. While not itself a household name, Sinar Mas supplies to multinationals like Nestle, Pizza Hut and Burger King. 'Sinar Mas is a climate and forest criminal', states Suzanne Kröger, Greenpeace Forests campaigner. 'Despite on-going discussions with Greenpeace, Sinar Mas continues to destroy Indonesia's last rain forests. Now is the time for companies like Nestle and Burger King to show their concern for the welfare of the planet by cancelling their contracts with Sinar Mas, otherwise they are supporting the on-going destruction of some of the world's last remaining forests and thereby dramatically speeding up climate change'.