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Palm Oil Action Australia | October 19, 2017

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Liberia: EPA Fines Maryland Oil Palm U.S.$10 K

October 15, 2017 |

allafrica.com Liberia: EPA Fines Maryland Oil Palm U.S.$10 K By Webmaster Admin 2 minutes

Authorities of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have fined Maryland Oil Palm Plantation (MOPP) in Sodoken, Maryland County US$10,000 for violating the environmental laws of Liberia.

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June 2017 News Updates

September 10, 2017 |

Large male orangutan, Kalimatan

Photo: Rhett A Butler, Mongabay https://travel.mongabay.com/indonesia/images/kalimantan_0435.html

 

28/06/2017 Remote sensing technologies key to the future of the oil palm industry 

27/06/2017 Who’s using sustainable palm oil? 

26/06/2017 Palm Oil – A Different Perspective

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Remote sensing technologies key to the future of the oil palm industry

September 10, 2017 |

sciencedaily.com Remote sensing technologies key to the future of the oil palm industry — ScienceDaily Robin L Chazdon et al., 4-5 minutes

Remote sensing technologies, using satellite and aerial data, could revolutionise the management of the oil palm industry, bringing … Read More

Who’s using sustainable palm oil?

September 10, 2017 |

eco-business.com Who’s using sustainable palm oil? | News | Eco-Business Eco-Business 8-11 minutes

Sustainable palm oil is regarded by some environmentalists as an oxymoron. How can a vegetable oil linked to deforestation, toxic haze pollution and worker exploitation be in … Read More

Palm Oil – A Different Perspective

September 8, 2017 |

newswire.net Palm Oil – A Different Perspective By Meritus Media June 26, 2017 3-4 minutes

Before you make a decision about whether growing and producing palm oil is good or bad, you should have all the facts.

(Newswire.net — June … Read More

Palm oil trade body calls out Singapore supermarket over sustainability claims

September 8, 2017 |

eco-business.com Palm oil trade body calls out Singapore supermarket over sustainability claims | News | Eco-Business Eco-Business 4-6 minutes

Singapore’s largest supermarket group, NTUC Fairprice, has been called out for making inaccurate claims about the sustainability of the palm oil … Read More

Palm oil companies join NGOs to save 10,000 Borneo orangutans

September 8, 2017 |

eco-business.com Palm oil companies join NGOs to save 10,000 Borneo orangutans | News | Eco-Business Eco-Business 4-5 minutes

Some of the world’s largest palm oil companies have joined forces with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to launch an initiative to help prevent … Read More

Palm oil sector moves to save orangutans and put child rights into RSPO standards

September 7, 2017 |

foodnavigator.com Palm oil sector moves to save orangutans and put child rights into RSPO standards FoodNavigator.com 5-6 minutes

Three major new initiatives have been launched to tackle human rights, wildlife conservation and concessions’ data across the palm oil supply chain.

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Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil reports surge in new members

September 7, 2017 |

businessgreen.com Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil reports surge in new members BusinessGreen staff 15 June 2017 4-5 minutes

Group says growing number of palm oil companies are reporting on their progress against sustainability benchmarks

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil … Read More

Palm Oil Industry Facing Up to Sustainability Issues

September 7, 2017 |

Palm Oil Industry Facing Up to Sustainability Issues

14 Jun 2017 — Some of the largest global players in palm oil have teamed up with NGOs to save orangutans endangered because of habitat loss, forming a new alliance to help … Read More