Tag: sustainable palm oil and deforestation

deforestation and endangered species

Palm Oil, Deforestation, Endangered Species A population trend analysis of Bornean orangutans reveals that, despite decades of conservation work, the species is declining rapidly – at a rate of 25 percent over the past 10 years. University of Queensland School of Biological Sciences researcher Dr Truly Santika, an Indonesian statistician and researcher at the ARC […]

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tiger conservation and habitat conservation

Deforestation Kills More Than Trees The palm oil industry is responsible for massive amounts of deforestation¬†and loss of biodiversity across the tropics around the world. As such, critical habitat for endangered species, such as tigers, elephants, orangutans and elephants have been destroyed forever. Meanwhile, the Roundtable On Sustainable Palm Oil and various producers have hidden […]

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