rspo orders peruvian palm oil plantation to stop development

RSPO orders Peruvian palm oil plantation to stop

RSPO orders Peruvian palm oil plantation to stop development by Apoorva Joshi on 5 May 2016 Plantaciones de Pucallpa is one of several industrial agriculture companies operating in Peru.

International certification organization orders Peruvian

According to the RSPO’s complaints panel, Plantaciones de Pucallpa is failing to respect customary land rights and clearing primary forest. Two big palm oil plantations in the Peruvian Amazon have attracted the attention of conservation and human rights organizations that say their development has resulted in the destruction of rainforest and harmed surrounding communities.

RSPO Orders Palm Oil Company To Stop Work In Shipibo

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Peru aims to eliminate palm oil deforestation by 2021

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Press Release: RSPO orders palm oil company to stop work

LONDON, 26th April 2016: On the 25th April the complaints panel of the RSPO (Round table on Sustainable Palm Oil) issued a preliminary ‘Stop work order’ to Plantaciones de Pucallpa, one of its Peruvian members, whose operations are affecting the territory of the Shipibo community of Santa Clara de Uchunya in the Ucayali region of the Peruvian Amazon.

Peru: Palm Oil Company Ordered to Stop New Planting

A palm oil industry governing body has instructed a Peruvian palm oil company to stop new plantations, saying it might have broken several governing principles. Indigenous community members have filed a complaint against a palm oil company in Peru and a

RSPO orders palm oil company to stop Rights +

LONDON: On the 25th April the complaints panel of the RSPO (Round table on Sustainable Palm Oil) issued a preliminary ‘Stop work order’ to Plantaciones de Pucallpa, one of its Peruvian members, whose operations are affecting the territory of the Shipibo community of Santa Clara de Uchunya in the Ucayali region of the Peruvian Amazon.

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RSPO orders palm oil company to stop work in Shipibo territory in the Peruvian Amazon LONDON, development of new plantations. The NPP’s also require that companies conduct assessments of Environmental Impact and High Conservation Value (HCV) areas as well as initiate FPIC processes with affected communities. The complaint makes very clear that no attempt was made by Plantaciones de

Santa Clara de Uchunya against palm oil plantation, Peru

A video (Spanish only) recording a formal visit to the oil palm plantation of Plantaciones de Pucallpa in Ucayali by Peruvian environmental prosecutors and officials documents how the company has continued to maintain and cultivate its plantation operations in violation of the suspension order of the Ministry of Agriculture issued in September 2015.

Santa Clara de Uchunya against palm oil plantation, Peru

A video (Spanish only) recording a formal visit to the oil palm plantation of Plantaciones de Pucallpa in Ucayali by Peruvian environmental prosecutors and officials documents how the company has continued to maintain and cultivate its plantation operations in violation of the suspension order of the Ministry of Agriculture issued in September 2015.

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RSPO orders palm oil company to stop work in Shipibo

RSPO orders palm oil company to stop work in Shipibo territory in the Peruvian Amazon; RSPO orders palm oil company to stop work in Shipibo territory in the Peruvian Amazon. Peru. forest land. extractive industries. customary land rights. Source: Forest Peoples Programme. Language of the news reported: English . By: Forest Peoples Programme (Press Release) Date: April 26th 2016 Source:

RSPO orders Golden Agri to stop new palm oil

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) on Wednesday ordered Singapore-based palm oil giant Golden Agri-Resources to prove that its operations on a controversial concession in Indonesia have adhered to their rules on environmental and socially responsible practices.. It also prohibited the company from acquiring or developing new land until RSPO is satisfied with the measures taken.

Palm oil industry body orders company to halt Peru

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(PDF) Sustainability of oil palm plantations in Malaysia

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Santa Clara de Uchunya against palm oil plantation, Peru

Santa Clara de Uchunya against palm oil plantation, Peru . Description: In the territory of the Shipibo people of the Peruvian Amazon, the indigenous community of Santa Clara de Uchunya are facing the devastation of their ancestral forests and rivers. This is due to the aggressive expansion of a palm oil plantation operated by Plantaciones de Pucallpa S.A.C., a member of an international

Unilever palm oil supplier must suspend all plantation

Following news of the suspension, Unilever also a founder of the RSPO and one of the world’s largest end users of palm oil moved quickly to cancel its contracts with IOI.

Labor Exploitation and Human Rights Abuses within the

The workshop occurred in advance of the annual meeting of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), taking place November 17-20 in Malaysia. Key issues to be addressed in the fair labor principles include: Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labor. Abolishment of the worst forms of child labor; Respect freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. Provide all

Destruction and Deforestation of the Peruvian Amazon

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Sourcing palm oil without deforestation ID4D

The member companies of the French Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil have made two commitments: source 100% certified RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) palm oil by the end of 2015 and 100% sustainable palm oil by 2020 according to our own definition, which goes further then the RSPO principles. These commitments come with a cost for these companies and reflect their willingness to

Devastation of Ancestral Lands in Peru's Global Research

On the eve of the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil’s (RSPO) annual meeting the Shipibo Konibo community of Santa Clara de Uchunya and its representative organisation FECONAU has condemned the failure of the organisation’s complaints mechanism to secure justice for their community. They have called on the RSPO to implement urgent reforms if it wishes []

Palm oil firms in Peru plan to clear 23,000 The Guardian

All four plantations are scheduled to be in Peru’s vast Loreto region, and the EIAs state the aim is to provide palm oil for Peru’s domestic market. All four EIAs were approved by the Ministry

RSPO orders Golden Agri to stop new palm oil

RSPO orders Golden Agri to stop new palm oil development The industry body RSPO has asked palm oil giant Golden Agri-Resources to stop acquiring or developing new land until it is satisfied the company has resolved issues relating to land acquisition and development with local communities. palm oil saplings. Oil palm saplings ready for planting. Growing global demand for palm oil has long been

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Palm oil production in Indonesia Wikipedia

Palm oil production is important to the economy of Indonesia as the country is the world's biggest producer and consumer of the commodity, providing about half of the world's supply. In 2016, Indonesia produced over 34.5 million tons of palm oil, and exported nearly 73% of it. Oil palm plantations stretch across 12 million hectares, and is projected to reach 13 million by 2020.

The case for sustainable palm oil Food Science and

The RSPO is calling on European industries and stakeholders to move towards 100% certified sustainable palm oil by 2020 and to use the RSPO Trademark on products as a simple way to provide assurance to consumers that the palm oil the product they are buying is from sustainable sources.

Edo plans biggest oil palm plantation in Nigeria

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GAMA Plantation SPOTT.org

GAMA Plantation Palm oil assessment Total score: 19.3%. Latest update: It reports it issued a "stop work order", effective as of 1 July 2018, to ensure compliance with this policy 0.5 / 2 Source. 41. Evidence of monitoring deforestation? The company reports that its landbank was monitored on a bi-weekly basis by third party Aidenvironment, through remote sensing. It is not clear from its

NGOs: Key Palm Oil Players Are Still Linked to

The RSPO estimates that it certifies 20 percent of the world’s palm oil supply, which leaves plenty of opportunity to reform more of the industry. Member companies join the organization on a

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Plantation owners adopt round-table on palm-oil trade

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