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environmental and social legal practices of the oil palm plantation

environmental and social legal practices of the oil palm plantation

Sustainable Palm Oil – Palm Oil Action Australia

In 2003, the RSPO established criteria to measure the sustainability of palm oil plantations and refineries. These include: Principle 1: Transparency Transparency requires companies to disclose information to other stakeholders regarding their environmental, social and legal issues. This allows NGOs to gain a more comprehensive understanding of

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Palm Oil - The Truth About "Sustainable" Palm Oil - SAPIENS

Greening the palm oil sector requires that agribusiness corporations, governments, and conservationists rethink the place of humans within the natural environment and the meaning of nature itself across different cultural and geographic contexts. Doing so may bring the palm oil sector one step closer to reconciling the social and environmental dimensions of cash crop sustainability. As

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BankTrack – Palm Oil Plantations in the Sambas District

This gap between policy and practice leads to environmental damage and social unrest and undermines good governance of the palm oil sector. Other impacts In spring 2007, Milieudefensie together with local partners undertook a review of the legal, environmental and social pracices of oil palm plantation companies of the Wilmar Group in Sambas District, West Kalimantan (Indonesia) has taken

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Palm Oil - The Truth About "Sustainable" Palm Oil - SAPIENS

Greening the palm oil sector requires that agribusiness corporations, governments, and conservationists rethink the place of humans within the natural environment and the meaning of nature itself across different cultural and geographic contexts. Doing so may bring the palm oil sector one step closer to reconciling the social and environmental dimensions of cash crop sustainability. As

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Solutions & options for sustainable palm oil

If palm oil production is to be sustainable, it is particularly important that conversion of the land used for plantations does not impact adversely on the environment. Compliance with the principles of good agricultural practice is one of the pillars of sustainable cultivation. To minimise the risk of carbon emissions, oil palms should be grown only on fallow and agriculturally usable land

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Impact Assessment on Oil Palm Development

The first step taken was to conduct a study that identifies the interaction and impacts of oil palm plantations on the environment. This study or assessment intended to obtain clear and sufficient knowledge on environmental issues relating to oil palm plantations including the conversion of HCVF and the loss of wildlife habitat. The next step

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