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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia and ST. LOUIS, Nov.
Wildlife conservationists say a boom in palm oil -- used extensively for biofuel and processed food like margarine -- has affected the jungles in Borneo, endangering the already declining orangutan populations.
WASHINGTON and MIAMISBURG, Ohio, Oct.
Report exposes how attempts by environmental NGOs to restrict production, trade of palm oil (a sustainable oil) would harm successful strategies to end poverty, restrict opportunities for developing countries to reduce emissions BANGKOK, Sept.
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LAKE MARY, Fla., June 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Renewable fuels provider New Generation Biofuels Holdings, Inc.
Writing in the peer-reviewed journal Conservation Letters on Friday, researchers noted that a system of selling credits to reduce carbon emissions in the Indonesian rainforest could provide a feasible method of conservation.
New study is among first to show benefits that carbon payments could have for populations of endangered large mammals in tropical forests.
In the last decade, Asian farmers have cleared tens of thousands of square miles of forests to accommodate the worldâ€™s growing demand for palm oil, an increasingly popular food ingredient.
Oil palm cultivation is a significant driver of tropical forest destruction across Southeast Asia.