Sukanto Tanoto responsible for forest fires

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Sukanto Tanoto denied that his companies caused the Sumatra Forest Fires. But here are a list of photos from Green Peace clearly showing his companies are causing fires.  PT. Raja Garuda Mas Sejati – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group. The company concession is located near Tanjung Muara Sako village, Langgam subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia.
Another fires was located in a recently deforested peatland near Tanjung Baru village, Pangkalan Kerinci subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia. The village lies beside PT. Pusaka Megah Bumi Nusantara (PMBN) – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group,
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Forest Fires in Sumatra
A worker from PT. Raja Garuda Mas Sejati – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group, a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palmoil (RSPO) – tries to extinguish a peatland fire within the company concession near Tanjung Muara Sako village, Langgam subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia.
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A truck loaded with rainforest logs passes through Tanjung Baru village, Pangkalan Kerinci subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia. The village lies beside PT. Pusaka Megah Bumi Nusantara (PMBN) – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group, a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palmoil (RSPO).
06/29/2013
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Fresh flames beside a peatland drainage canal ignite grasses in recently deforested peatland near Tanjung Baru village, Pangkalan Kerinci subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia. The village lies beside PT. Pusaka Megah Bumi Nusantara (PMBN) – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group, a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palmoil (RSPO). This area, according to the most recent official charts, is covered by the Indonesia government’s moratorium on the issuance of new permits in primary forests and peatlands.
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Smoke from smouldering fires rises from recently deforested peatland near Tanjung Baru village, Pangkalan Kerinci subdistrict in Pelalawan district, Riau province, Indonesia. The village lies beside PT. Pusaka Megah Bumi Nusantara (PMBN) – a palm oil company belonging to the Asian Agri group, a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palmoil (RSPO). This area, according to the most recent official charts, is covered by the Indonesia government’s moratorium on the issuance of new permits in primary forests and peatlands.
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