orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills, report finds by Loren Bell on 17 July 2019 A new study identifies the palm oil mills in Indonesia with the most clearance of

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orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

The 10 palm oil mills in Indonesia with the most orangutan habitat being destroyed around them are circled in red. Image courtesy of MapHubs. Just because the forest clearance takes place near a palm oil mill doesn’t mean it is being done in order to supply that mill, or even to plant oil palm.

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palm oil archives - nationofchange

palm oil Archives - NationofChange

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills, report Loren Bell - July 18, 2019 A new study identifies the palm oil mills in Indonesia with the most clearance of orangutan habitat happening around them.The top 10

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investigation: neste biofuel link to orangutan habitat

Investigation: Neste biofuel link to orangutan habitat

Investigation: Neste biofuel link to orangutan habitat destruction. Finland's state-owned oil company continues to buy palm oil from mills near where large areas of rainforest have been cleared, and vital primate habitat destroyed.

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about palm oil - sos – sumatran orangutan society

About palm oil - SOS – Sumatran Orangutan Society

Palm oil, an ingredient found in many everyday food and cosmetic products, is contributing to the rapid deforestation in Sumatra. Orangutan habitat in Sumatra and Borneo is being cleared at an alarming rate for conversion to oil palm plantations.

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in photos | palm oil plantations are killing orangutans in

In Photos | Palm Oil Plantations Are Killing Orangutans In

In this Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017 photo, a tranquilized orangutan lays on the ground before being relocated from at a swath of destructed forest near a palm oil plantation at Tripa peat swamp in

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orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

It’s intended to “highlight that both major traders and buyers with NDPE [no deforestation, no peat, no exploitation] policies, are buying from mills located in high risk areas for orangutan habitat clearance.” The 10 palm oil mills in Indonesia with the most orangutan habitat being destroyed around them are circled in red.

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palm oil from 'orangutan capital of world' sold to major

Palm oil from 'orangutan capital of world' sold to major

The plantation is inside the protected Rawa Singkil Wildlife Reserve, in a high-priority conservation area and critical wildlife habitat, dubbed the “orangutan capital of the world”. Palm oil

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in photos | palm oil plantations are killing orangutans in

In Photos | Palm Oil Plantations Are Killing Orangutans In

In this Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017 photo, a tranquilized orangutan lays on the ground before being relocated from at a swath of destructed forest near a palm oil plantation at Tripa peat swamp in

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about palm oil - sos – sumatran orangutan society

About palm oil - SOS – Sumatran Orangutan Society

Palm oil, an ingredient found in many everyday food and cosmetic products, is contributing to the rapid deforestation in Sumatra. Orangutan habitat in Sumatra and Borneo is being cleared at an alarming rate for conversion to oil palm plantations.

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orangutans and palm oil: protecting forests to help great

Orangutans and Palm Oil: Protecting Forests to Help Great

Forest clearing for palm oil plantations and illegal logging are driving massive deforestation. That habitat destruction is exposing wildlife to more conflict with humans. Poaching for the illegal pet trade is also threatening orangutans. Despite those struggles, last year brought hope for these great apes.

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palm oil deforestation: a threat to orangutan populations

Palm Oil Deforestation: A Threat to Orangutan Populations

In 2015 alone, the area of Indonesian forest burned for palm oil was more than 26 times greater than in California in 2018, slashing orangutan habitat.

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orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

Orangutan habitats being cleared in areas near palm oil mills

It’s intended to “highlight that both major traders and buyers with NDPE [no deforestation, no peat, no exploitation] policies, are buying from mills located in high risk areas for orangutan habitat clearance.” The 10 palm oil mills in Indonesia with the most orangutan habitat being destroyed around them are circled in red.

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endangered species threatened by unsustainable palm oil

Endangered species threatened by unsustainable palm oil

While Sumatra is home to several of the country’s largest national parks, many areas in these parks are destroyed—illegally—to produce palm oil. The elephant population across the island is crashing, with far fewer than 3,000 surviving, as herds are left homeless, harassed and killed due to intense conflict with people over shrinking habitat.

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about palm oil - sos – sumatran orangutan society

About palm oil - SOS – Sumatran Orangutan Society

Palm oil, an ingredient found in many everyday food and cosmetic products, is contributing to the rapid deforestation in Sumatra. Orangutan habitat in Sumatra and Borneo is being cleared at an alarming rate for conversion to oil palm plantations.

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palm oil deforestation: a threat to orangutan populations

Palm Oil Deforestation: A Threat to Orangutan Populations

In 2015 alone, the area of Indonesian forest burned for palm oil was more than 26 times greater than in California in 2018, slashing orangutan habitat.

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palm oil from ‘orangutan capital of world’ sold to major

Palm oil from ‘orangutan capital of world’ sold to major

The most comprehensive study of Borneo's orangutans estimates their numbers have plummeted by more than 100,000 since 1999, as the palm oil and paper industries shrink their jungle habitat and

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palm oil from 12 companies driving orangutans to 'brink of

Palm oil from 12 companies driving orangutans to 'brink of

Twenty-five palm oil groups had cleared over 130,000 hectares of rainforest since the end of 2015.That is an area almost twice the size of Singapore destroyed in less than three years.

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