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Only two Norwegian salmon majors, Bremnes Seashore and Nordlaks, have eliminated all links to deforestation throughout their entire soy supply chain, new market mapping conducted by Rainforest Foundation Norway reveals.
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.
Astra Agro Lestari, Indonesia’s second largest palm oil grower, has announced a zero-deforestation policy.
Indonesia’s business sector is waking up. Now is the time for the Indonesian government to do its part.
First palm oil producer operating primarily at grower level announces strong forest conservation policy.
Astra Agro Lestari, the large Indonesian palm oil company connected to Mandarin Oriental Hotels, has announced an immediate moratorium on forest clearance.
The luxury hotel group Mandarin Oriental is closely tied to a company that has cleared vast areas of rainforests, and is helping drive the Sumatran elephant to extinction.
Independent forensic fiber tests commissioned by Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) reveal significant quantities of mixed tropical hardwood in nearly half of the 24 books tested.
The largest sovereign wealth fund in the world strengthens its policy to avoid investing in companies responsible for the destruction of the world’s rainforests.
PM Erna Solberg will today meet with the Orang Rimba, one of Indonesia’s most vulnerable indigenous tribes in the rainforest in Jambi, Sumatra.