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Run Fu 2 about to run to Shanghai with a cargo of illegal timber

September 29, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

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The Panama registered bulk carrier, Run Fu 2 is currently loading illegally felled timber from the Turubu SABL in East Sepik and is ready to run to Shanghai with its illegal cargo.

On 31 August, the Supreme Court declared the SABL over Portion 144C null and void and said all logging and oil palm operations are illegal.

But the logging is still continuing right under the nose of the PNG Forestry Authority and on 6 September the Run Fu 2 arrived and started loading logs.

Will the Forest Authority, SGS and PNG Customs allow the Run Fu 2 to leave PNG waters with its illegal cargo?

And if the ship does leave, will the police investigate all those involved in facilitating this theft of valuable timber?

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  1. September 30, 2016 at 10:03 pm

    Do you want your forests or not?
    Act Now to save the forests. You indicated that your Supreme Court said it was illegal to do logging and oil palm operations.
    Make a stand and protect what you own NOW and within your rights to do so too.
    Stop the corporate thuggery.
    They don’t give a damn about YOU or your environment. The courts seem to be on your side so go with it.
    Confront the illegal logging, save your environment and tell the Supreme Court what is illegally happening and may justice and your environment survive.
    Truly, as voters in PNG it is imperative you change your Environment Laws so your environment is protected now and forever.
    And tell that to Bougainville also.
    In solidarity,

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