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Palm Oil Action Australia | September 27, 2022

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March 2016 News Updates

April 27, 2016 |

The Malay Harelquin Red Butterfly, one of the smaller inhabitants of dense rainforests of Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.




31/03/2016 RSPO: Completely Worthless, or Just Mostly Worthless? (UPDATED)

30/03/2016 ‘This is not empty forest’: Africa’s palm oil … Read More

February News Updates 2016

March 9, 2016 |

Baby orang utans are one of the most dependent of primates, with one of the slowest life histories of any mammal. Females don’t give birth until around age 15, and the time between births is long, even longer than most … Read More

January 2016 News Updates

February 12, 2016 |

Meet one of South East Asia’s most popular bird, and if you want to see it, you’d better go soon. Only recently ‘rediscovered’ (there were no sightings of this bird from 1952 until 1986); the Gurney’s Pitta is the most … Read More

Zero deforestation in Indonesia: Pledges, politics and palm oil

February 10, 2016 | Zero deforestation in Indonesia: Pledges, politics and palm oil Pablo PachecoThursday, 7 Jan 2016 Shares326

“No Deforestation. No Peat. No Exploitation”: The pledges echoing throughout the palm oil sector, as major consumer goods manufacturers and retailers seek to remove … Read More

December 2015 News Updates

February 5, 2016 |



 And the cuteness award goes to… these Asian Small-Clawed Otters. Sociable, family oriented and playful (who hasn’t been charmed by these fellows playing and wrestling at a zoo?); you can’t help but smile at their happy antics. Yet … Read More

November 2015 News Updates

December 16, 2015 |

Apologies if this picture of our featured animal of the month is a bit fuzzy, but we really wanted to introduce you to the Bay Cat, yet had so few pictures to choose from. That’s because there are so few … Read More

October 2015 News Updates

October 26, 2015 |

Another of Asia’s small cats, the rare, and little – known Flat-Headed Cat joins the honour role of wonderful species threatened with extinction. In 2010 it was reported that 70% of the cat’s habitat had been turned into plantations, with … Read More

September 2015 News Updates

October 22, 2015 |

Meet the Fishing Cat. While tigers get a lot of well-deserved press, Asia is also home to several smaller species of cat who could also become victims of the palm oil onslaught. Some of these cats are already listed as … Read More

August 2015 News Updates

September 16, 2015 |

Just beautiful. Dusky Leaf Monkeys are found primarily on the Malay Peninsula, including Thailand and southern Myanmar. Deforestation for Palm Oil plantations is rapidly destroying their habit. Status: Near-Threatened. And yes, their babies are born orange, they’re not the result … Read More

Deforestation in Asia and Africa: Palm Oil Giant Wilmar Resorts to “Dirty Tricks”

July 30, 2015 |

By Forest Peoples Programme Global Research, July 08, 2015 Forest Peoples Programme 8 July 2015 Region: Asia Theme: Culture, Society & History

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World’s largest palm oil trading company, Wilmar International Ltd., under scrutiny as … Read More