The Palm Scribe

Indonesia’s Oil Palm Replanting Program Only Met 52% of Target For 2020

The Indonesian government only managed to replant slightly more than half its targeted 180,000 hectares of…

Cattle Tops List of Commodities Behind Global Tree Cover Loss: WRI

This article was first published in The Forest Scribe, a sister website. A new analysis World…

Field School, A Cooperative’s Contribution to Sustainability Among Oil Palm Smallholders

The role of credit cooperatives in improving the economy at grass root level has already been…

Nutella Producer Commits to Using Satellite Monitoring of its Palm Oil Supply Chain

Ferrero, the Italian company that produces Nutella, a popular hazelnut spread, has committed itself to using…

Indonesian 2021 Palm Output Seen as Rising to 49 million ton: GAPKI

The Indonesian Association of Palm Oil Producers (GAPKI) is projecting the country’s pam oil output to…

Corporate Grievance Mechanism Not Enough to Protect Rights of Migrant Workers

Corporate grievance mechanism in migrant workers accepting countries such as Malaysia mostly do not work when…

Boeing to produce Commercial Airplanes Flying on 100% Sustainable Fuels by 2030

Boeing, one of the world’s largest commercial airplane producers, is setting an ambitious target to advance…

Geetha Govindan: Fighting Climate Change with Sustainability Initiatives 

With over three decades of experience in the plantation business, 21 years of which in Indonesia,…

South Korea and its Companies Play Large Role in Palm Oil Leakage Market

South Korea and its companies play a large role in the global trade of sustainable palm…

Why Palm Oil Continues to Get a Bad Rap in Europe

To many in Europe Palm Oil is evil incarnate. The oil that anoints deforestation and putting…