The Environmental Consequences of Deforestation in Indonesia and Malaysia for Palm Oil Plantations: A Presentation Board for the Use by Reid Park Zoo to Educate the Public on Orangutan Conservation
AuthorBauer, Philip Agustin
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe following thesis is a presentation board made for the use by Reid Park Zoo to educate the public on the deforestation of the rainforests of Indonesia and Malaysia for the purpose of establishing palm oil plantations, and its negative impact on the conservation of orangutans and other critically endangered species. Volunteers at the Reid Park Zoo will be able to take the display board on grounds and educate the public on ways in which they can limit their purchasing of products containing palm oil. The following text will be used as an aid to help educate the zoo's volunteers initially, and then can be taken out on grounds to assist them as well.
Degree ProgramHonors College