Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Environmentally friendly activities?


rubber re-planting



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Somewhere in Sabah, Borneo.

5 comments:

rainfield61 said...

But this happens everywhere.

de engineur said...

Opsss! I scheduled this to get published on Wednesday. But it decided to appear today instead!

Anyway.. a bit about the pics:

This is what's currently going on on the hilly Crocker Range of Sabah. The main motivation is the relatively lucrative incentives given by the government for rubber small-holders to re-plant their small lots with a high-yielding rubber-tree clone.

Pic #3 shows how slope terracing method using machine is terribly damaging to the environment.

The relevant agency is expecting to re-plant thousands of hectares of small holdings by the end of the program.

tehr said...

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AVCr8teur said...

Before reading your comment, I was going to say, I hope they will be replanting trees in those vacant spots.

Gigamit brazil said...

I i am so sad about this case, that trees are cutting, It occurs the Global Warming. Plz stop this cutting trees.

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