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2018/09/28 | Mongabay

INDONESIA: Palm Oil Linked to Deforestation Remains on Store Shelves

Global consumer brands like Unilever, Nestlé and PepsiCo continue to buy palm oil from lawless brands which contribute to Indonesian deforestation.

2019/02/06 | Mongabay

Asian Banks Are Giving Billions to Companies Linked With Deforestation

According to a recent analysis and report, financial backing for palm oil, pulp and paper and other industries associated with forest loss in Southeast Asia is estimated to have topped US$60 billion over the past five years.

2017/01/25 | Shi Yi

Chinese Demand for Bloodwood Cuts Into Congo’s Ecosystem

Corruption and lack of oversight allow illegally logged timber to be traded from Africa’s heartland to the coast of China.

2018/07/09 | Mongabay

The Crushing Carbon Cost of Palm Oil Plantations

New research has found that each hectare of rainforest used for oil palm production is responsible for even higher carbon emissions than originally believed.

2018/01/30 | Hans Nicholas Jong

Asian Biofuel Plans to Trigger Devastating Deforestation

Palm oil production has remained largely flat over the last 20 years, which means the surge in demand will call for a massive expansion of existing palm plantations.

2018/05/02 | Mongabay

INDONESIA: Report Exposes Multinational Brands' Exposure to Palm Oil Abuses

Lembaga Tabung Haji supplies major refiners and users of palm oil such as Wilmar, ADM, Nestlé and Unilever, some of which have promised to stop sourcing palm oil linked to environmental destruction.

2018/05/30 | Mongabay

Southeast Asia's Road Building Spree Splinters Ecosystems

Weaknesses in mapping roads in these areas leads to blank spots where illegal deforestation can occur.

2018/06/13 | Mongabay

Indonesia Elections: Corruption, Land Sales and Environmental Crisis

Land sales by corrupt politicians to pay off corporate donors are driving electoral, environmental and social crises in the Indonesia.