In an unprecedented move, the US blocks the import of Conflict Palm Oil as Procter & Gamble shareholders speak up for forests by calling for transparent reporting.
You did it! We pressured Nestlé to own up to its impacts on forests and communities! Now candymakers Mars, Mondelēz, and Ferrero MUST step up and follow suit!
San Francisco, CA – Today, Nestlé –– the world’s largest food and beverage company –– publicly disclosed the “forest footprint” of its palm oil supply chain in the Indonesian province…
This month, 10 banks committed another $2.1 billion in loans to Indonesian noodle giant, Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur – whose instant noodles rely on Conflict Palm Oil produced by its…
Facing scrutiny after its complicity in human rights abuses was exposed, Golden Agri Resources has suspended controversial palm oil producer PT. Dua Perkasa Lestari but must now engage directly with the suspended supplier to secure remedy for the Pante Cermin community.
Yay for World Rhino Day and a HUGE WIN for endangered Sumatran rhinos. A coalition—including major palm oil companies—has announced a NEW rhino sanctuary & breeding centre in Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem! Thanks to YOU!
Royal Golden Eagle Group Links Global Brands and Financiers to Deforestation In the Leuser Ecosystem
Colgate-Palmolive, Nestlé, Mondelēz, Unilever, and financiers exposed for links to deforestation in the Leuser Ecosystem.
Some of the brands and products on our grocery store shelves are directly tied to rainforest destruction. The corporations making a profit from commodities like palm oil, pulp and paper, soy, cocoa, timber, and meat are causing deforestation around the world.
Major Global Brands and Banks Complicit in Production of Conflict Palm Oil on Stolen Community Lands in Indonesia
Nestlé, Mars, Mondelēz, Unilever, and Dutch bank ABN AMRO found in violation of their own policies against human rights abuses *Publishable images from field and supply chain investigations available on…
Major Brands and Banks Complicit in the Production of Conflict Palm Oil on Stolen Community Lands in Indonesia
New field investigations by RAN and documentation by LBH Banda Aceh and Walhi Aceh have uncovered evidence that a palm oil company operating on stolen lands has continued to supply Conflict Palm Oil to major brands including Nestlé, Mars, Mondelēz, PepsiCo and Unilever.