Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Road-in-Safacam-Rubber-Plantation-in-Cameroon-27MZIFJJ4MSUQ.htmlConceptually similarSafacam Rubber Plantation Entrance in CameroonGP0STPVR0Completed★★★★Natural Rubber Balls in CameroonGP0STPVQTCompleted★★★★Rubber Tapper at Safacam Concession in CameroonGP0STPVQXCompleted★★★★Rubber Tree in Safacam Concession in CameroonGP0STPVQUCompleted★★★★★★Rubber Tree in Safacam Concession in CameroonGP0STPVQWCompleted★★★★Local Activist Guillaume Nyobe in CameroonGP0STPVQYCompleted★★★★★★Socfin Refinery Sedimentation Tank in CameroonGP0STPVR4Completed★★★★Socapalm Oil Palm Plantation in CameroonGP0STPVRPCompleted★★★★Socapalm Palm Oil Concession in CameroonGP0STPVRTCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPVQZRoad in Safacam Rubber Plantation in CameroonA road within Safacam S.A (Societe Agricole Forestiere Du Cameroon) rubber plantation near Dizangué, Cameroon. Socfin’s (Société Financière des Caoutchoucs) subsidiaries in Cameroon run almost 60.000 ha of concessions. If not managed under a Zero-deforestation policy, oil-palm and rubber expansion are a threat to natural forest and local communities.Locations:Africa-Cameroon-DizanguéDate:17 Mar, 2016Credit:© Micha Patault / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5472px X 3648pxKeywords:Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Motorbikes-Outdoors-Plantations-Roads-Rubber-Rubber trees-Trees-Tropical rainforests-Zero Deforestation (campaign title)Shoot: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.