Rainforest on the Edge

by Inga Yandell

Accompanying video to the album “Rainforest on the Edge”, a beautifully composed and viscerally complimented piece of footage by Marc Anderson—capturing the symphony of Malaysian rainforest perceived evermore fragile, by the encroaching sounds of the loggers saw.

The rainforests of Malaysia are some of the richest on the planet. While several national parks have been established in the country, large areas of primary forest still exist outside park borders, and it’s these unprotected forests that are facing rapid & systemic destruction.

In March 2014 photographer Marc Anderson spent a week in and around Taman Negara National Park recording the extraordinary sights and sounds of this stunning area. Sadly, only a few kilometres from park headquarters in Kuala Tahan, extensive areas of virgin forest are being logged and cleared for palm oil plantations. It’s a story being played out throughout the world, as governments & corporations see forests as having more value dead than alive.

For more information visit: www.wildambience.com/rainforest-on-the-edge

Download a free copy of the album from: www.NoiseTrade.com/marcanderson/rainforest-on-the-edge

View more of the Artists work at: www.marcanderson.com.au

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Inga Yandell
Explorer and photo-journalist, passionate about nature, culture and travel. Combining science and conservation with investigative journalism to provide educational resources and a platform for science exploration.
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