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    Jun 29, 2017· The Guardian Back to home. The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil. the palm oil debate The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil by Tom Levitt in Brasília and Heriberto Araujo in Pará Jorge Antonini takes a palm kernel in his hands and slices it open.

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    Jun 06, 2017· The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil. say experts Tom Levitt in Brasília and Heriberto Araujo The Guardian 29 Jun 17; Environmental Investigation Agency in 2015 linked large commercial companies to illegal deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon for oil palm cultivation. In Brazil, scientists have criticised moves to

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    The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil. 29th Jun 2017 Categories: An oil palm bunch. Read full original article from The Guardian. Article by by Tom Levitt in Brasília and Heriberto Araujo in Pará. Jorge Antonini takes a palm kernel in his hands and slices it open.

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Guardian Sustainable Business The Guardian The Guardian. The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Guardian Sustainable Business The Guardian. Posted by John A. MacDougall at 6:15 PM.

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    The Guardian| 29 June 2017 The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil. Environmental Investigation Agency in 2015 linked large commercial companies to illegal deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon for oil palm cultivation. In Brazil, scientists have criticised moves to allow oil palm plantations to count towards compliance for

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    The scientist is standing on a government-owned farm near the Brazilian capital of Brasília. Almost half of the land area of Brazil is suitable for growing oil palm, according to researchers, making it the number one country they say in terms of suitable land. But with most of this suitable land in the wildlife-rich, forested Amazon region in the north of the country, campaigners and

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    Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts More information The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil The Guardian being devoured from all directions the Amazon & its native tribes are heading for extinction unless we

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    The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if

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  • Amazon Rainforest Deforestation 'Worst in 10 Years', Says

    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts Jorge Antonini takes a palm kernel in his hands and slices it open. Squeezing it between his fingers, the kernel oozes the oily

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    "The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil-Brazil's ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts", 29 June 2017 and 6 July 2017

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    Jun 30, 2017· Thanks as always to the Guardian for coverage of environmental crises in the making: The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts by Tom Levitt in Brasília and Heriberto Araujo in

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    It was a cold November afternoon in 2013, and Roetert was working as a store manager for Albert Heijn, one of the Netherlands’ largest grocery chains. The trio pitched Instock, a pop-up restaurant in central Amsterdam that would serve meals made entirely out of surplus food from the supermarket chain they worked for. It also runs a school food program that offers resources and lesson

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s palm oil expansion dates back to 2010 under the government of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who launched a programme to map areas suitable for oil palm plantations and

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  • AirportWatch Aviation biofuels plan would use palm oil

    The vast use of palm oil for aviation biofuels would destroy the world’s rainforests, vital to life for local people and the habitats of endangered species such as orangutans. By Arthur Neslen (Guardian) Thursday 12 October 2017 The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil

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    Jun 27, 2017· I bought + ate the only vegan wich at the supermarket I decided to check the ingredients palm oil there's just no need for it 0 replies 0 retweets 1 like Reply

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  • The Restaurant Chain With Nothing But Food Waste On The

    It was a cold November afternoon in 2013, and Roetert was working as a store manager for Albert Heijn, one of the Netherlands’ largest grocery chains. The trio pitched Instock, a pop-up restaurant in central Amsterdam that would serve meals made entirely out of surplus food from the supermarket chain they worked for. It also runs a school food program that offers resources and lesson

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s palm oil expansion dates back to 2010 under the government of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who launched a programme to map areas suitable for oil palm plantations and

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  • AirportWatch Aviation biofuels plan would use palm oil

    The vast use of palm oil for aviation biofuels would destroy the world’s rainforests, vital to life for local people and the habitats of endangered species such as orangutans. By Arthur Neslen (Guardian) Thursday 12 October 2017 The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil

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  • DiCaprio Foundation on Twitter: "When it comes to #palmoil

    Jun 27, 2017· I bought + ate the only vegan wich at the supermarket I decided to check the ingredients palm oil there's just no need for it 0 replies 0 retweets 1 like Reply

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    Nov 10, 2014· In Brazil you can only grow oil palm in the Ecological-economical zoning for oil palm set by the federal government, and in this area deforestation for oil palm is illegal. As long as I know we have no link between oil palm and deforestation in the Amazon region since 2008.

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    Action de Carême. Today at 2:11 AM. The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil. Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts. English (US) Español; Français (France)

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    Jul 03, 2017· The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil By Tom Levitt, The Guardian (supported by RSPO), 29 June 2017 Jorge Antonini takes a palm kernel in his hands and slices it open. Squeezing it between his fingers, the kernel oozes the oily liquid found in hundreds of everyday products, from cakes to chocolate spread.

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  • New airplane biofuels plan would ‘destroy rainforests

    The vast use of palm oil for aviation biofuels would destroy the world’s rainforests, the basis of life for local people and the habitats of endangered species such as orangutans. We urge Icao to scrap its misguided biofuels plan.” Related: The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil.

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    Papua New Guinea election descends into chaos amid violence and claims of bribery World news The Guardian. The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Guardian Sustainable Business The Guardian. The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Guardian Sustainable Business The Guardian. Posted by

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts. Research values soil’s natural capital Soil scientists at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) have set out a Europe-wide framework

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  • A Village in Ecuador’s Amazon Fights for Life as Oil Wells

    This year, in January, drilling began on a new oil well by Petroamazonas, a division of the Ecuadorian state oil company Petroecuador, just 15 miles from the village. It is the first of 97 wells

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    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil (1) ABAG promove 16º Congresso cujo tema será "Reformar para Competir" (1) Rádio/TV: 1 Importância da mandioca (1) Revistas/jornais impressos: 1 GR Responde: conheça a ubaia-rubi-da-amazônia (1) Julho: 19 Internet: 16 Leite orgânico ganha espaço entre grandes e pequenos produtores (3)

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  • deforestation News Stories About deforestation Page 1

    The Guardian has the story of Scientists flying drones over the Amazon rainforest in Brazil have found more than 450 Greenpeace has set its sights on a new eco-villain: Barbie. The group

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  • REDD in the news: 26 June 2 July 2017 REDD-Monitor

    Jul 03, 2017· The Amazon’s new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil By Tom Levitt, The Guardian (supported by RSPO), 29 June 2017 Jorge Antonini takes a palm kernel in his hands and slices it open. Squeezing it between his fingers, the kernel oozes the oily liquid found in hundreds of everyday products, from cakes to chocolate spread.

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  • New airplane biofuels plan would ‘destroy rainforests

    The vast use of palm oil for aviation biofuels would destroy the world’s rainforests, the basis of life for local people and the habitats of endangered species such as orangutans. We urge Icao to scrap its misguided biofuels plan.” Related: The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil.

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  • PlantSci Newsletter a monthly round-up of plant science

    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil Brazil’s ambition to become a palm oil giant could have devastating social and environmental impacts if the move is not carefully managed, say experts. Research values soil’s natural capital Soil scientists at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) have set out a Europe-wide framework

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  • A Village in Ecuador’s Amazon Fights for Life as Oil Wells

    This year, in January, drilling began on a new oil well by Petroamazonas, a division of the Ecuadorian state oil company Petroecuador, just 15 miles from the village. It is the first of 97 wells

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  • Relatório de Clipping 2017 embrapa.br

    The Amazon's new danger: Brazil sets sights on palm oil (1) ABAG promove 16º Congresso cujo tema será "Reformar para Competir" (1) Rádio/TV: 1 Importância da mandioca (1) Revistas/jornais impressos: 1 GR Responde: conheça a ubaia-rubi-da-amazônia (1) Julho: 19 Internet: 16 Leite orgânico ganha espaço entre grandes e pequenos produtores (3)

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  • deforestation News Stories About deforestation Page 1

    The Guardian has the story of Scientists flying drones over the Amazon rainforest in Brazil have found more than 450 Greenpeace has set its sights on a new eco-villain: Barbie. The group

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  • Plantations on Flipboard Slavery, Palm Oil, Pineapple

    Jun 30, 2019· Palm Oil. Polluting Palm-Oil Plantations Have Been Breaking Rules for Decades, Indonesian Finds. Bloomberg Eko Listiyorini. Indonesia, the world’s largest palm oil producer, wants to reshape the industry after the state auditor found that about 81% of plantations broke

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  • Palm Oil & Me GEOGRAPHY FOR 2019 & BEYOND

    Palm oil is used by virtually every one of us in one form or another (see photo at the bottom of this text). In its basic form it is used in processed or prepared foods such as bread, cakes, breakfast cereals and ready meals, as well as ice cream, margarine and crisps.

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  • Rainforest Wikipedia

    In Indonesia, palm oil is already cultivated on nine million hectares and, together with Malaysia, the island nation produces about 85 percent of the world's palm oil. [unreliable source?] Several countries, notably Brazil, have declared their deforestation a national emergency.

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  • Conservation news Environmental science and conservation

    Environmental science and conservation news. Tropical forests A free-trade deal between the United States and Brazil could be disastrous for the Amazon and forest communities, one commentator

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  • Deforestation: The hidden soy on your plate YouTube

    Oct 26, 2018· France has set itself an ambitious target: doubling its production in the next three to five years. How Brazil is halting deforestation in the Amazon Duration: 4:10. The Problem With

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  • Conflict Palm Oil Rainforest Action Network

    Conflict Palm Oil Laggards like PepsiCo are turning a blind eye to the problem, as the Laggards continue to source palm oil from companies who abuse workers on their palm oil plantations, cheating them out of fair pay and benefits, exposing them to toxic chemicals, forcing them to bring their children and spouses to work and even sometimes

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  • The Latest Mighty Earth

    New satellite mapping of Papua, Indonesia home to the third largest rainforest in the world shows that the Korean conglomerate POSCO Daewoo has continued to rapidly clear large areas of the rainforest for palm oil production at its palm oil plantation called PT Bio Inti Agrindo (PT BIA).

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