PEKANBARU, SUMATRA, INDONESIA - JULY 12:  Local communities paddled up in a canoe as they looking for fish at Kerumutan river, inside the Kerumutan protected tropical rainforest, which is the Sumatran tiger habitat in Pelalawan district on July 12, 2014 in Riau province, Sumatra, Indonesia. The Nature Climate Change journal has reported that Indonesia lost 840,000 hectares of natural forest in 2012 compared to 460,000 hectares in Brazil despite their forest being a quarter of the size of the Amazon rainforest. According to Greenpeace, the destruction of forests is driven by the expansion of palm oil and pulp & paper has increased the greenhouse gas emissions, pushing animals such as sumatran tigers to the brink of extinction, and local communities to lose their source of life. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)