01 | Context
The Race to Protect the Forests and Wildlife of Sumatra’s Thirty Hills
Thirty Hills, or Bukit Tigapuluh in Indonesian, is one of the only remaining landscapes where elephants, tigers, and orangutans coexist. If its biodiversity is a wonder, so is its survival. The sole thing standing between this emerald island and the sea of extractive companies surrounding it is another company. A new company. A company laboring to prove that in Sumatra, it’s possible to profit from protecting these forests rather than cutting them down.
Read the full story by Sarah Wade here.
Keywords: Borneo; Bukit Tigapuluh; carbon sink; forests; Indonesia; Sumatra; Thirty Hills; trees
02 | Photography
03 | Editorial Spreads
04 | On Assignment
05 | Thirty Hills Short Film
06 | On Assignment: Rubber Plantation