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Norway’s consumption of palm oil biodiesel saw a 70 percent drop from 2017 to 2018. “A big win for rainforests and the climate. Now the rest of Europe must follow suit”, says Rainforest Foundation Norway.
Norges Bank Investment Management, which manages Norway’s 900 billion USD sovereign wealth fund, this week released its annual report on responsible investment.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund invests USD 116 million in the US soy trading company Bunge, which is accused of extensive deforestation
New report finds that Astra Agro Lestari has little control over forest fires, despite sustainability pledges.
The announcement to extend the Brazilian Soy Moratorium is good news, but more action is needed.
To find out, check out this fantastic trip to Indonesia with Norway’s climate and environment minister Vidar Helgesen.
The world's second largest rainforest is at stake in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) drops 11 companies because of their involvement in rainforest destruction.
Astra Agro Lestari has joined the Indonesian Palm Oil Pledge. The move is called a huge breakthrough.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund has for the first time published a human rights policy.
Rights-based forest management, ending fossil fuel emissions needed to avoid dangerous global warming
Restoring degraded forests can meet the world’s need to remove emissions from the atmosphere if fossil fuel emissions are simultaneously brought to zero by 2050 and forest communities should play a central role in this restoration, according to a new briefing.
Goldman Sachs has announced a new palm oil financing policy. However, the policy has glaring weaknesses.
New report finds Indofood linked to deforestation, climate pollution and human rights abuses in Indonesia
"Bad actor" in palm oil sector exposes major customers and investors to egregious company practices.