Government to track UK contribution to palm oil deforestation

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Environment secretary Caroline Spelman to announce launch of palm oil research project

The coalition government is commissioning a major new piece of research to establish the extent to which British firms and consumers are contributing to deforestation in South East Asia, through growing...

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