This photograph of illegal logging in Indonesia will feature in a Greenpeace exhibition to raise awareness of its Save or Delete campaign, which highlights the crisis facing Indonesia's rainforests. The World Bank predicts that if current rates of logging continue, most of this tropical rainforest will be destroyed by 2010. If this happens, thousands of species, including orang-utans face extinction in the wild. The exhibition runs until 3 August at, Oxo Tower Wharf, London. It includes photos taken by freelance photographer Kate Davison, on a recent trip to Indonesia, documenting the lives of forest dwellers. It also includes illustrations communicating the crisis and an audio-visual installation of Davison's photos with sounds simulating those of the rainforest.

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