Greenpeace applauds former foe IOI Group over new palm oil commitments

Madeleine Cuff
A palm oil mill in Kuala Lumpur | Credit: Marufish

A palm oil mill in Kuala Lumpur | Credit: Marufish

The palm oil company has begun to take 'meaningful action' to eliminate forest destruction and human rights abuses in its supply chain, say environmental campaigners

One year since palm oil giant IOI Group was dropped by a number of major brands and suspended from an influential industry group over its failure to adequately tackle deforestation, it is being applauded...

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