Borneo Borneo is the planet’s third largest island and is roughly the size of Texas. With over 15,000 different species of flowering plants, it hosts the largest diversity of trees and plants anywhere on Earth. Learn More Deforestation Palm oil plantations are rapidly replacing old growth forests. Deforestation in Indonesia alone averages 300,000 hectares - roughly half the size of Delaware - each year. Learn More The Dayak For thousands of years the Dayak have depended on the forests which surround them. Today many communities must decide if they will protect the land of their ancestors from exploitation. Learn More All of the photos and video on this site were created exclusively for this project in 2016.