RAN field investigators have caught one of Indonesia’s largest palm oil processors sourcing Conflict Palm Oil from a notorious company responsible for destruction of the Leuser Ecosystem… again.
Urgent intervention needed by Unilever, Mondelēz, PepsiCo, Nestlé, Mars and Nissin Foods to stop producers clearing forests in the Leuser Ecosystem.
Within Indonesia’s notoriously corrupt, exploitative and destructive palm oil plantation industry, it takes a high degree of well documented bad behavior to stand out among the worst of the worst. But PT. Kallista Alam (PT KA), a palm oil company operating in the Aceh Province of Sumatra, is such a bad actor…
International Business Time: Climate Change News: Amid Pandemic, Japan’s Megabanks Must Lead On Sustainability
“The path out of the current COVID-19 pandemic is still shifting, with long-term economic recovery perhaps even harder to predict. Massive amounts of money will be spent in the coming…
Indofood, Indonesia’s largest food company, has taken advantage of the pandemic to lay off hundreds of palm oil workers. Brands and banks MUST pressure it to end its long track record of worker exploitation!
[EXPOSED] Chainsaws enter Indonesia’s “Orangutan Capital” — Global brands implored to take action to keep forests standing and protect the Leuser Ecosystem from Conflict Palm Oil.
Nestlé, Mondelēz and Mars are failing to prevent the burning of rainforests and tropical deforestation for Conflict Palm Oil in elephant habitat within Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem =>
What does this win mean for PepsiCo, for RAN, and for the rainforests, communities, and workers of Indonesia?
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Around the world, our greatest protection against the climate crisis is going up in flames. Forests are our greatest line of defense against worsening climate chaos, but they’re being destroyed…