Greenpeace reignites battle over corporate links to palm oil deforestation

James Murray
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Greenpeace reignites battle over corporate links to palm oil deforestation

New study accuses leading businesses of making scant progress towards delivering on high profile zero deforestation pledges

Did the palm oil in the biscuits and cosmetics and toothpaste you buy contribute to deforestation, lost habitats, and soaring carbon emissions? It is a question you should soon be able to respond to with...

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