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Boosting palm oil production via research, funding

Palm oil plantation

Unarguably, COVID-19 pandemic has exposed mankind to threats of insecurity from various challenges of food, socio-economic activities and health, among others. A palm oil plantation Analysts note that the insecurity is pronounced in developing countries such as Nigeria due to sudden outbreak of the virus and somewhat lack of basic preparations to tame the development. With the attendant COVID-19 fallouts, ...

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Sri Lanka’s president to ‘free’ country of palm oil, cultivation

Oil palm plantation

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa of Sri Lanka has imposed an immediate ban on the import of palm oil and has ordered the gradual removal of the crops. Oil palm plantation This move is to eliminate the environmentally harmful cultivation in the country, an official said on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Rajapaksa on Monday ordered his officials to promulgate laws preventing fresh ...

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Deforestation: Palm oil firm ordered to stop work in Peruvian Amazon

Deforestation

On the 25th April the complaints panel of the RSPO (Round table on Sustainable Palm Oil) issued a preliminary “Stop work order” to Plantaciones de Pucallpa, one of its Peruvian members, whose operations are affecting the territory of the Shipibo community of Santa Clara de Uchunya in the Ucayali region of the Peruvian Amazon. The order was issued after the community ...

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