Как выращивают пальмы

10 Августа 2010, 16:13

Крупнейший в Индонезии производитель пальмового масла Sinar Mas показал в провинции Западный Калимантан на острове Борнео плантации, на которых выращивают пальмы.

In this photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 a worker unloads a truckload of palm oil fruit at a mill in the vast concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 shows a newly constructed canal cutting through a peat land forest at the palm oil plantation of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART president Daud Dharsono said as he released a commissioned report in Jakarta on August 10, 2010 the canal was constructed to maintain a proper water level to preserve the peatland. The investigation carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group cleared SMART from charges for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
(FILES) This file aerial photograph taken during a media trip organized by Greenpeace on July 5, 2010 shows an excavator cutting through a peat land forest while constructing canals at the palm oil plantation of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. Greenpeace accused Sinar Mas of destroying the peatland and charged that units of Indonesian paper and palm oil giant are logging in high conservation-value forests including habitats of endangered orangutans. SMART president Daud Dharsono said, as he released a commissioned report in Jakarta on August 10, the canal was constructed to maintain a proper water level to preserve the peatland. The investigation carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group cleared SMART of charges for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 show rows of palm oil trees at the vast concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 show a clearing burned by farmers according to area personnel near a peat land area at the vast palm oil concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 SMART officials cross a clearing near a peat land area at a the vast palm oil concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 shows a newly planted palm oil trees at a cleared area bounded by a forest conservation area seen in the background at a concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 shows a stretch of clearing for palm oil bounded by forest preservation area at a concession of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD
This photograph taken during a media trip organized by Sinar Mas on August 2, 2010 shows a young palm oil tree at the vast palm oil plantation of PT SMART, the palm oil unit of Sinar Mas, in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan province on Borneo island. SMART, Indonesia's biggest palm oil producer, said on August 10, it had been cleared of allegations made by environmental group Greenpeace that it had destroyed high conservation-value forests on Borneo. A report commissioned by SMART found that it was not to blame for widespread destruction of Borneo's forests as repeatedly alleged by Greenpeace, the company said. The investigation was carried out by Control Union Certifications and BSI Group. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD

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