Fighting for ecological justice

The Government Must Redesign the Sustainable Palm Oil Certification Scheme

In line with the commemoration of World Forest Day, a group of civil society representatives expressed their stance regarding Indonesia’s sustainable palm oil industry through a position paper as a form of active participation and transparency in the ‘strengthening’ process, a process of fundamental improvements to the certification system for the Indonesian sustainable palm oil industry or Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) which the Government is currently pursuing.
The prepared position paper aims to support Indonesia’s agenda in (i) responding to the challenges of climate change mitigation and improving resource governance of natural resources through the policy framework and its implementation, (ii) increasing market acceptance of palm oil as a strategic commodity as well (iii) guarantee the protection, respect and fulfilment of human rights.

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