Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Petition-Delivery-to-Palm-Oil-Giant-IOI-in-Malaysia-27MZIFJJJWLUF.htmlConceptually similarPetition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PACompleted★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PDCompleted★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PECompleted★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6P9Completed★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PBCompleted★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PFCompleted★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PGCompleted★★★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PHCompleted★★★★★★Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGP0STQ6PICompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQ6PCPetition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGreenpeace volunteers delivered a global petition consisting of 300,000 names to palm oil trader IOI. The petition calls on the company to help prevent forest fires that fuels the haze across Southeast Asia. The company refused to accept the petition.Locations:Malaysia-Putrajaya-Southeast AsiaDate:5 Oct, 2016Credit:© Han Choo / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3873px X 2582pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Buildings-Day-Deforestation-Direct communications-IOI Group-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-PetitionsShoot:Petition Delivery to Palm Oil Giant IOI in MalaysiaGreenpeace has delivered a global petition signed by 300,000 people to the IOI Group in Malaysia, calling on the palm oil company to end its contribution to the regional haze by cutting off all suppliers clearing rainforest for plantations, and by fully protecting peatlands. IOI is estimated to be the world’s third-largest palm oil company.Greenpeace volunteers and members of Malaysian civil society visited IOI Group’s headquarters in Putrajaya to hand over the petition. Carrying signs saying “Forest Fires Start Here”, they highlighted IOI Group’s links to suppliers involved in serious environmental and rights abuses including destruction of Indonesian rainforests, illegal fires and child labour.The activity in Malaysia is part of a global escalating effort by Greenpeace to highlight IOI’s malpractice. Beginning in Jakarta (27 Sept), Greenpeace launched ‘A Deadly Trade-Off’, a report documenting IOI’s trade in palm oil from companies involved in forest destruction, peatland fires and child labour.