WWF-Indonesia gives a google earth tour of a biodiversity rich region of Sumatran rainforest targeted for destruction by logging companies. The video highlights proposed logging efforts in a region known as Bukit Tigapuluh, or “Thirty Hills,” an area that is home to Sumatran tigers, elephants, rhinos, and orangutans. All of these species are considered endangered or critically endangered. While some parts of the region are protected as a national park, a large segment of lowland forest is located outside protected areas and is already concessioned for logging by companies that are owned by, or supply, three major forestry conglomerates: Barito Pacific Group, Asia Paper Resources International Limited (APRIL), and Sinar Mas Group, which controls Asia Pulp & Paper (APP). APP alone produces 5 million tons of paper annually which is sold in 65 countries on six continents. We are destroying this irreplaceable biodiversity for paper.