Explore Palm Oil, Rainforests and more!

Explore related topics

THE PROBLEM WITH PALM OIL Palm Oil is one of the most widely used products worldwide. The use of palm oil is not the problem, but rather the way we farm it is. | www.frontiergap.com | #nature #PalmOil #news #conservation #ecology

THE PROBLEM WITH PALM OIL Palm Oil is one of the most widely used products worldwide. The use of palm oil is not the problem, but rather the way we farm it is. | www.frontiergap.com | #nature #PalmOil #news #conservation #ecology

Action At Procter and Gamble Palm Oil Supplier in Central Kalimantan

Heartbreaking Images of Rainforest Destroyed For Palm Oil (PHOTOS)

Action At Procter and Gamble Palm Oil Supplier in Central Kalimantan

Éxito - Indonesia: elevadas multas a palmicultoras por quemar la selva - Salva la Selva

Éxito - Indonesia: elevadas multas a palmicultoras por quemar la selva - Salva la Selva

Household brands that source palm oil through Singapore-based palm oil trader Wilmar International

Wilmar: making you, me and your mum part of forest destruction

Household brands that source palm oil through Singapore-based palm oil trader Wilmar International

Indonesia, palm oil, unsustainable sustainable palm oil extraction, indigenous people loss of rights, destroys important wildlife habitat ! We will pay dearly for this destruction !

Deforestation from Palm Oil Production Continues to Spread in Indonesia

Indonesia, palm oil, unsustainable sustainable palm oil extraction, indigenous people loss of rights, destroys important wildlife habitat ! We will pay dearly for this destruction !

Palm oil giant's impact in Indonesia worse than reported, says Greenpeace The NGO accuses Malaysian palm oil company IOI of failing to act in accordance with its own sustainability policies and Indonesian law Malaysian palm oil giant IOI drops lawsuit against green group. #corporatedeforestation

Palm oil giant's impact in Indonesia worse than reported, says Greenpeace

Palm oil giant's impact in Indonesia worse than reported, says Greenpeace The NGO accuses Malaysian palm oil company IOI of failing to act in accordance with its own sustainability policies and Indonesian law Malaysian palm oil giant IOI drops lawsuit against green group. #corporatedeforestation

Recent clear cutting and burning inside Asia Pulp and Paper's PT Wira Karya Sakit pulpwood forest license. Jambi Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. Photo: David Gilbert/RAN

Recent clear cutting and burning inside Asia Pulp and Paper's PT Wira Karya Sakit pulpwood forest license. Jambi Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. Photo: David Gilbert/RAN

Forests blaze in south-east Asia The annual toxic mix of seasonally dry conditions, slash and burn forest clearance for plantation development (including palm oil plantations), and highly flammable peat soils were exacerbated this year by the El Nino effect, resulting in fatal forest fires that began in July and continued for several months.

Forests blaze in south-east Asia The annual toxic mix of seasonally dry conditions, slash and burn forest clearance for plantation development (including palm oil plantations), and highly flammable peat soils were exacerbated this year by the El Nino effect, resulting in fatal forest fires that began in July and continued for several months.

Palm oil is a driver of deforestation and the accepted criteria for certified…

Palm oil is a driver of deforestation and the accepted criteria for certified…

Palm oil, an ingredient found in many everyday food and cosmetic products, is contributing to the rapid destruction of rainforests. Orangutan habitat in Sumatra and Borneo is being cleared at an alarming rate for conversion to oil palm plantations. On Sumatra there is now more than 4 times as much land cultivated with oil palms as there is orangutan habitat remaining.

Palm oil, an ingredient found in many everyday food and cosmetic products, is contributing to the rapid destruction of rainforests. Orangutan habitat in Sumatra and Borneo is being cleared at an alarming rate for conversion to oil palm plantations. On Sumatra there is now more than 4 times as much land cultivated with oil palms as there is orangutan habitat remaining.

Pinterest
Search