Fighting for ecological justice

ISPO Strengthening Only Half-Hearted?

The Civil Society Communications Forum (FKMS) that has been engaging with the ISPO strengthening process, views the draft Presidential Regulation on ISPO certification to be inadequate in reforming palm oil governance, protecting the environment and fulfilling human rights and market acceptance. The government must immediately improve the process and revise the substance of the draft Presidential Regulation on ISPO Certification System before it is passed in order to strengthen the national palm oil industry.

The process to strengthen ISPO certification system has been ongoing since 2016 and was intended to comprehensively reform the certification system in effect since 2011 and deemed ineffective to improve palm oil industry governance. ISPO strengthening also aims to provide solutions and incentives for the issues faced by independent oil palm smallholders that Government regulations have yet to reach. This certification system will be regulated through a Presidential Regulation and is mandatory for all oil palm plantation businesses….see attached document



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