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Collection: Certifying Destruction, Forest Fires Link to RSPO
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The palm oil sector was the single largest driver of deforestation in Indonesia between 2009-2011, accounting for about a quarter of the country’s forest loss, revealed Greenpeace International in new mapping analysis. The analysis shows that significant deforestation took place in concessions currently owned by members of the palm oil industry’s largest sustainability organisation, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, including companies such as Singapore-based Wilmar International. More damning is the revelation that RSPO concessions accounted for 39% of the fire hotspots on palm oil concessions in Riau during January-June 2013.
29 Jun, 2013
Fighting Forest Fires in Sumatra
23 Jun, 2013
Villagers Evacuate During Forest Fires in Sumatra
4 May, 2013
Rainforest in Tesso Nilo National Park
4 May, 2013
Peatland Palm Oil Plantation in Riau
29 Jun, 2013
Fighting Forest Fires in Sumatra
29 Jun, 2013
Forest Fires in Sumatra
25 Jun, 2013
Forest Fires in Sumatra
29 Jun, 2013
Forest Fires in Sumatra
6 May, 2013
Transporting Oil Palm Fruit Bunches in Riau
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