The next regional meeting of the Africa Palm Oil Initiative (APOI) will take place in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, 8-11 October
An innovative use for sugarcane, assessed to a code of conduct jointly developed by Proforest, aims to make a positive impact on the world of fashion.
Proforest and human rights specialists Ergon Associates have delivered a series of workshops for oil palm companies in Guatemala.
Bridging the gap: new coalition links soy buyers with on-the-ground initiatives to tackle deforestation31 July 2018
The Soy Buyers Coalition, a collaboration between the Consumer Goods Forum, TRASE and Proforest, is the latest effort set out to prevent deforestation linked to soy production in Brazil.
Musim Mas – one of the world’s leading integrated palm oil businesses – has published its new policy implementation plan.
Twifo Oil Palm Plantations Ltd (TOPP) has achieved RSPO certification, a testament to their commitment to the production of sustainable palm oil.
The second in a series of ‘Training the Trainers’ sessions took place in the Western region of Ghana last week.
Proforest staff from around the globe recently joined our team in Cali, Colombia, for a week brimming with exciting new developments for the world of responsibly sourced palm oil in Latin America and beyond.
Recently Proforest was commissioned by Colombia’s National Federation of Oil Palm Growers (Fedepalma) to produce a guide on how small, medium and large palm oil producers in Colombia can access financial instruments to fund activities along their supply chain.
Facilitated by Proforest, the RSPO Principles and Criteria (P&C) review process enters its second public consultation phase, offering the chance to have your say on the content of the international standards for sustainable palm oil production.