Borneo: Paradise Under Siege by National Geographic

Life and diversity were vibrant. And, while it still is, deforestation and palm oil plantations have caused serious hurt – to the tune of nearly 70% clearing. International pressure has forced Malaysia’s hand in taming this travesty, but the fight is still far from over.
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Before spending the better part of a year in Borneo, this National Geographic short introduced me to a tragedy I had been unaware of.

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