Posts Tagged with "human rights abuses"

APRIL Misses the Mark with New Forest Management Policy

Friday, January 31, 2014

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APRIL Misses the Mark with New Forest Management Policy

On Tuesday, Indonesia’s second largest pulp and paper company, Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL), released an updated Sustainable Forest Management Policy. While this policy is notable, especially given APRIL’s recent suspension from the World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD), it falls far short of what is needed for APRIL to clean up its [...]

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Urgent: Papua New Guinea Tribes Under Threat from Conflict Palm Oil

Monday, November 11, 2013

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Urgent: Papua New Guinea Tribes Under Threat from Conflict Palm Oil

The Indigenous communities of Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea are engaged in a high stakes battle to defend their land and culture from the threat of Conflict Palm Oil expansion and they have a quick and easy request for help right now. Much of RAN’s forest team is currently in Medan, Sumatra for the annual [...]

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The Inside Scoop on Stickering, As Told By A Snacktivist

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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The Inside Scoop on Stickering, As Told By A Snacktivist

This post was written for RAN by Megan in Florida, who has been taking action with our Palm Oil Action Team to call out snack food companies using palm oil tied to rainforest destruction in their products. “Caution! This Snack Food May Cause Orangutan Extinction!” flashes boldly from the snack food products being sold at [...]

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Neste Oil Wins Public Eye Award for “Stinking to High Heaven”

Monday, January 31, 2011

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The 2011 Public Eye People’s Award, determined by over 50,000 people through online voting, went to Finnish agrofuel company Neste Oil. Congratulate Neste Oil for this award on their Feedback Page! Only the most evil corporate offenders appeared on the shortlist of the Public Eye Awards. The award is handed out at the World Economic [...]

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