Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Globoil-Conference-in-Mumbai-27MZIFI94JA2.htmlConceptually similarAction at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHPCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHQCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHRCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHSCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHTCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHVCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHXCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02IHYCompleted★★★★Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGP02II0Completed★★★★View AllGP02II1Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiGreenpeace activists dressed as Orangutans protest during the Globoil India 2011. Greenpeace is protesting against the displacement of Orangutans due to the forest clearance made for palm oil production in Indonesia.Locations:Asia-India-MumbaiDate:24 Sep, 2011Credit:© Apoorva Salkade / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3178px X 2268pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Conferences-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (food)-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-Theatrical costumes-Three peopleShoot:Action at Globoil Conference in MumbaiThe Globoil 2011 international conference is being organized at Renaissance Hotel, Mumbai. Globoil is the premier international conference & exhibition on vegetable oil,feed & feed ingredients, oilseeds & related industries. Greenpeace activists dressed as orangutans display banners reading " 'Is Your Brand Linked to Rainforest Destruction?" and hand out leaflets on the palm oil story. The participating delegates were reminded that they should not purchase palm oil linked to the rainforest destruction. India is now the world's largest importer of palm oil, most of it from Indonesia, where expanding palm plantations have caused widespread forest destruction, impacting endangered species like the orangutan and the Sumatran tiger. Greenpeace has been calling on the companies to source their palm oil imports from sustainable sources.