EIA Illegal Logging Video Clips: For July 2010
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• Indonesian Forests
• Illegal Logging Camp
• Sawmills along the river
Orang-utans in forest
Walkways into the forest help illegal loggers to take timber out.
Illegal loggers on boats in peat swamp forests, Indonesia
Illegal loggers shifting logs and squared logs out of the forest, Kalimantan, Indonesia
Illegal loggers slice up a log in Tanjung Putin National Park, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, Indonesia
Illegal sawmills along rivers in Kalimantan, Indonesia
Forest damage by illegal loggers, Kalimantan, Indonesia
Illegal sawmills processing illegal ramin timber, Kalimantan Indonesia
Papua & West Papua Provinces, Indonesia
Papuan virgin forests from the air
Illegal logs stored in a log pond in the remote Seremuk region of West Papua Province, Indonesia
Workers put logs from Loas on trucks
Trucks laden with Laos logs head to the border with Vietnam
Convoy of log trucks laden with Laos logs head to the border with Vietnam
Laos logs on trucks head in convoy to border with Vietnam, through destroyed forest in Laos
Destroyed forest in Laos
General views of timber barges with logs in Zhangjiagang Port, China
Mr Shelman Sui (timber trader) explaining about merbau in the port
Undercover footage of Shelman Sui explaining how Indonesian merbau logs in the port are smuggled through Malaysia using fake documents, and many are more than 100 years old.
Illegal Logging – Papua
00:08:15 – 00:10:41
Illegal loggers fell a tree in Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
Seized Log Vessels: Indonesia
The Marine Vessel (MV) Rong Cheng, a ship carrying illegal timber, seized in Indonesia
Enforcement officers board the MV Rong Cheng
MV Mandarin Sea – A dry freight ship filled with illegal logs, seized by Indonesian navy
Logs fill the MV Mandarin Sea
Flooring factories in Nanxun, China
Sawmills in Nanxun, China, saw merbau logs into flooring strips.
Merbau flooring strips go through processing in mill sin Nanxun, China
Warehouses show the sheer scale of merbau stocks in flooring mills in Nanxun, China
Finished flooring is sorted fro packing in flooring factory in Nanxun, China
00:13:14 – 00:15:22 – end
Singapore based timber smuggler, Frankie Chua, explains how he is a timber mafia, while counting stacks of cash. “This smuggling is better than drug smuggling” he says.