Indonesia has one of the world’s largest remaining areas of tropical forests. From tigers and orangutans to Sumatran elephants, the forests support a stunning array of wildlife. They also soak up huge amounts of climate-warming carbon dioxide. But an area of Indonesian forest the size of Delaware is cleared each year by loggers and palm oil companies. On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at the consequences of Indonesia’s rapid deforestation for wildlife, the climate and people. Joining the program: Amanda Korstjens, an ecologist at the University of Bournemouth and director of the Landscape Ecology and Primatology (LEAP) project. Rolf Skar, forest campaign director for Greenpeace USA. Anja Lillegraven, head of the southeast Asia and Oceania division at the Rainforest Foundation Norway. Laurel Neme, an author and journalist who has covered the issue for National Geographic and Huffington Post.