01 | Context


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 labouring 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

05 | On Assignment: Motion

06 | On Assignment: Social Media