[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 =>
Breaking News: Kellogg announces stronger Palm Oil and Deforestation Policies including precedent-setting protections for human rights defenders and a commitment to forest restoration!
An Indonesian palm oil company operating in and around the Leuser Ecosystem has released a much-needed commitment to protect rainforests and ensure its operations comply with global market requirements to halt deforestation for palm oil.
As we welcome the new year, RAN field investigators have discovered a highly concerning new palm oil mill being constructed directly adjacent to the Leuser Ecosystem. Worse, the mill belongs to a controversial, repeat-offender palm oil company…
Field investigations have once again revealed new land clearing and roading within some of the most important remaining lowland rainforests in Indonesia.
Can you picture a rhinoceros in the rainforest? Add a herd of elephants, families of orangutans swinging through the treetops and tigers prowling the understory and there is only one place in the world you could be: Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem, one of Earth’s most ancient forest ecosystems…
Halloween Candymakers Caught Red-Handed Using Illegal Conflict Palm Oil Grown in ‘Orangutan Capital of the World’
***For Immediate Release October 29, 2019 Halloween Candymakers Caught Red-Handed Using Illegal Conflict Palm Oil Grown in ‘Orangutan Capital of the World’ Undercover field investigations expose major chocolate brands Nestlé,…
Just weeks after a major undercover field investigation by RAN exposed global food brands as sourcing illegally grown palm oil from within Indonesia’s nationally protected Rawa Singkil Wildlife Reserve, RAN is releasing fresh evidence of deforestation in the region connected to many of the same brands through a different supplier, PT Laot Bangko.
Two Asian palm oil traders that supply to a list of major consumer brands are investigating two mills accused this week of buying from an illegal plantation in Indonesian rainforest that is home to endangered orangutans.