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    Contested KLK Palm Oil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua

    2014-05-22· Contested KLK Palm Oil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua New Guinea Court. High court sides with Indigenous communities in battle over controversial Malaysian palm oil giant’s plan to develop large areas of ancestral territory and pristine forest . The National Court of Papua New Guinea has declared that two large land development leases claimed by Malaysia-based Kuala Lumpur

    Contested KLK PalmOil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua

    Contested KLK PalmOil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua New Guinea Court . Submitted by Elizabeth1 on Thu, 22/05/2014 15:31. Source: Rainforest Action Network. High court sides with Indigenous communities in battle over controversial Malaysian palm oil giant’s plan to develop large areas of ancestral territory and pristine forest. The National Court of Papua New Guinea has declared

    Palm Oil Giant Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLK) Plagued

    2015-12-21· In December 2012, as part of its global expansion ambitions, KLK acquired a majority interest in a Papua New Guinean company claiming user rights over 40,000 hectares of land in the Collingwood Bay region––home to nine Indigenous tribes who have a long history of publicly opposing logging and palm oil operations on their lands. In what has become a high profile international case,

    PALM OIL ACT NOW!

    KLK and Conflict Palm Oil Case 1: Papua New Guinea KLK Fails to Respect Indigenous Peoples’ Ancestral Land Rights in Collingwood Bay Case 2: Indonesia KLK Uses Child and Forced Labor Case 3: Liberia KLK’s Involvement in Land Grabbing and Assault Case 4: Indonesia KLK Deforests Orangutan Habitat KLK and Cargill Bringing Conflict Palm Oil to Your Supermarket Shelves KLK

    KLK loses titles to 38,350 ha oil palm land in PNG after

    MELBOURNE (June 18): A Papua New Guinea (PNG) court revoked two 99-year land titles awarded to Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) of Malaysia to develop palm oil plantations on 38,350 hectares of land in Collingwood Bay, Oro province, following complaints by customary landowners. A report by Fatima Hansia on her CorpWatch Blog said the local landowners argued that palm oil development would

    Papua New Guinea Tribes Under Threat from Conflict Palm

    Even among its peers in the shadowy world of Conflict Palm Oil producers, KLK is among the worst of the worst offenders. Under the Papua New Guinea constitution, it is illegal for customary lands to be bought or sold without a lengthy review process that requires the explicit consent of all community members. In 2010, all nine chiefs issued a strong statement that irrevocably stated their

    Illegal deforestation activities hamper a firm's plans to

    Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) has itself encountered problems with developing 30,000 ha of oil palm plantations in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. It purchased a 51 percent equity stake in December 2012 for $8.7 million, but in May 2014 indigenous communities successfully contested KLK’s plans, and the leases were declared null and void. Under pressure to

    CalPERS’ Exposure to Risk in the Palm Oil Sector

    > In 2012, Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) planned to develop 30,000 hectares of oil palm estates in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. xiv In 2014, indigenous peoples’ communities contested KLK’s plantation plans and the Papua New Guinea courts declared KLK’s leases null and void. xv These

    Kuala Lumpur Kepong, please leave Collingwood Bay

    In a recent study commissioned by SAM in assessing the scale of Malaysian overseas FDI in oil palm plantation’s land bank,[1] research showed that KLK Bhd owned about 44,000 hectares of land, most of which are primary forest in Papua New Guinea. KLK Bhd is among the largest plantation companies in Malaysia with approximately 250,000 ha of land bank in Malaysia and

    Klk case study_2014_low SlideShare

    2014-05-22· R A n . or g / conflict- palm oil 3 II. KLK and Conflict Palm Oil KLK made headlines in 2013 for its involvement in several serious Conflict Palm Oil cases. In July 2013, KLK’s PT Adei was named a suspect for deliberately setting forest fires that led to record-setting air pollution levels in Southeast Asia. A local manager and a director

    RAN Responds to Proposed Federal Carbon Pollution

    2014-06-02· Contested KLK Palm Oil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua New Guinea Court. New Palm Oil ‘Talk and Log’ Initiative a Step Backward for Responsible Supply Chains. Let's Talk. Christopher Herrera Director of Communications 510-290-5282 [email protected] Footer. 425 Bush Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94108 . 415-398-4404 Main Office

    Les Amis de la Terre Malaisie appelle le gouvernement

    Par ailleurs, le 20 mai 2014, une court suprême en Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée a déclaré deux baux concernant de grands plans de développement territorial revendiqués par une société basée en Malaisie, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLK) dans la région de la baie de Collingwood en Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée, nuls et non-avenus.

    Zero-Deforestation Palm Oil In 2015: Human Rights

    Zero-Deforestation Palm Oil In 2015: Human Rights Abuses, Poverty, and Environmental Devastation. Palm Oil is no greener than fracking. Wins And Losses Across The Globe In The Fight Against Palm Plantation Land Grabs. Resistance To Liberia Land Grabs A Warning To Africa Investment “ Governments must promote investments in smallholder agriculture to feed

    Certifying in Contested Spaces: Private Regulation

    Limited interest in sustainable palm oil from new markets like India and China is said to have further reduced incentives for growers and traders to produce and supply certified palm oil

    Palm Oil HCS Study, Consumer Action on Sustainably

    Palm Oil HCS Study, Consumer Action on Sustainably Sourced Palm Oil The externalized debt to future generations due to reckless industrialization of new landscapes by the plague of deforestation for the expansion of Palm Oil over the last 20 years and continuing into the foreseeable future for food and fuel, by the corporate commodity driven agricultural systems of

    GRAIN Feeding the one percent

    Contested land deals and covert payouts in Liberia . Sivasankaran made his move into Liberia's oil palm industry by buying shares of the UK company Equatorial Palm Oil (EPO) Ltd. The Siva Group began buying shares in EPO in 2010 and by 2013 it had effectively gained a controlling interest through a 36.7% stake and a 50:50 joint venture with EPO based in Mauritius, called Liberian Palm

    KLK PNGexposed Blog

    2014-11-02· Collingwood Bay’s Indigenous communities successfully contested KLK’s plantation plans in the Papua New Guinea courts, Papua New Guinea and cease all its oil palm activities there. The protest was made on behalf of the people of Collingwood Bay who claim that despite a court order cancelling the leases of KLK, the company continued to operate in the area with the intention to

    farmlandgrab.org Development banks must be held

    2020-09-24· The village leaders were detained for months in jail without charges, while the company finished the contested planting of new oil palm blocks around their community. Development banks cannot be allowed to walk free of this disaster. At a minimum, there needs to be an independent and transparent investigation by lenders into the murder of the RIAO-RDC land defender and all the other

    - Kastom, property and ideology ANU

    Environmental Sustainability of Oil Palm Cultivation in Papua New Guinea. Canberra: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (Technical Report 75). Nicholas, I., 2011. ‘Tiensten Warns NGOs with Motives to Stay Out.’ The National, 19 April. Nilles, J., 2010. ‘Report: Wanigela.’ Port Moresby: Centre for Environmental Law and Community Rights. Nolte, K., 2014. ‘Large

    Certifying in Contested Spaces: Private Regulation

    Limited interest in sustainable palm oil from new markets like India and China is said to have further reduced incentives for growers and traders to produce and supply certified palm oil (McCarthy

    举报 Musim Mas

    Environment Investigation Agency (EIA) Report “Papua Oil Palm Plantation Update 2018” Deforestation . May 2018. Resolved. View Progress: 97: Mopoli Raya. PT Aloer Timur. Non-RSPO. Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Report “The Last Place On Earth Exposing the Threats to the Leuser Ecosystem: A Global Biodiversity Hotspot Deserving Protection” Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Report

    The Palm Oil COntroversy in Southeast Asia Palm Oil

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    Palm Oil HCS Study, Consumer Action on Sustainably

    Palm Oil HCS Study, Consumer Action on Sustainably Sourced Palm Oil The externalized debt to future generations due to reckless industrialization of new landscapes by the plague of deforestation for the expansion of Palm Oil over the last 20 years and continuing into the foreseeable future for food and fuel, by the corporate commodity driven agricultural systems of transnationals (backed by

    Commodifying sustainability: Development, nature and

    2019-09-01· Although clearing by burning is illegal in Malaysia and Indonesia, palm oil corporations are regularly shown to have used fire to clear forests and peatlands. In the 2005–2007 forest fires, in Central Kalimantan, “73 hotspots were detected on three of Sime Darby’s concessions and 188 hotspots on three Musim Mas concessions” Varkkey, 2013b:208). Sime Darby is a corporation owned by

    GRAIN Feeding the one percent

    Contested land deals and covert payouts in Liberia . Sivasankaran made his move into Liberia's oil palm industry by buying shares of the UK company Equatorial Palm Oil (EPO) Ltd. The Siva Group began buying shares in EPO in 2010 and by 2013 it had effectively gained a controlling interest through a 36.7% stake and a 50:50 joint venture with EPO based in Mauritius, called Liberian Palm

    Grievances Staging Musim Mas

    Grievances Staging . Following the launch of Musim Mas’ Sustainability Policy in December 2014, we recognised the importance of establishing a transparent and accountable Grievance Mechanism to address and resolve any grievances raised against the implementation of our No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) Policy effectively.

    KLK pulls out of oil palm in Collingwood Bay but logging

    2016-11-30· Source: Gabriel Thoumi ValueWalk In December 2012, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLK) bought 51% of the equity in Collingwood Plantations Pte (CWB) via KLK Overseas Investments Limited for $8.7 million. At the time, according to AmInvesment Bank, the assumed production costs from clearing to palm oil production for the new plantation were $6,000 per ha.

    KLK PNGexposed Blog

    2014-11-02· Collingwood Bay’s Indigenous communities successfully contested KLK’s plantation plans in the Papua New Guinea courts, Papua New Guinea and cease all its oil palm activities there. The protest was made on behalf of the people of Collingwood Bay who claim that despite a court order cancelling the leases of KLK, the company continued to operate in the area with the intention to

    farmlandgrab.org Development banks must be held

    2020-09-24· The village leaders were detained for months in jail without charges, while the company finished the contested planting of new oil palm blocks around their community. Development banks cannot be allowed to walk free of this disaster. At a minimum, there needs to be an independent and transparent investigation by lenders into the murder of the RIAO-RDC land defender and all the other

    The Palm Oil COntroversy in Southeast Asia Palm Oil

    palm oil controversy

    Grievances Staging Musim Mas

    Grievances Staging . Following the launch of Musim Mas’ Sustainability Policy in December 2014, we recognised the importance of establishing a transparent and accountable Grievance Mechanism to address and resolve any grievances raised against the implementation of our No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) Policy effectively.

    举报 Musim Mas

    Environment Investigation Agency (EIA) Report “Papua Oil Palm Plantation Update 2018” Deforestation . May 2018. Resolved. View Progress: 97: Mopoli Raya. PT Aloer Timur. Non-RSPO. Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Report “The Last Place On Earth Exposing the Threats to the Leuser Ecosystem: A Global Biodiversity Hotspot Deserving Protection” Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Report

    Securing Forests, Securing Rights Reducing Emissions

    the indonesian government’s merauke integrated Food and energy estate (miFee) project prioritises production of food crops, palm oil, timber and agro-fuels, primarily for export, on millions of hectares in merauke district, Papua. by 2011, 36 companies had acquired permits to more than 2 million hectares under the project, the entire area of which is claimed by the malind and other

    GRAIN Home

    Société Internationale de Plantations et de Finance (SIPEF) is a privately held Belgian oil palm and rubber company with plantations in Africa, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. SIPEF established a subsidiary, SIPEF-CI, to acquire oil palm plantations in Bolo, Ottawa and Okrouyo covering 12,700 ha (on a 99-year lease) when the national palm oil companies were privatised in Côte d'Ivoire in

    GRAIN Feeding the one percent

    Contested land deals and covert payouts in Liberia . Sivasankaran made his move into Liberia's oil palm industry by buying shares of the UK company Equatorial Palm Oil (EPO) Ltd. The Siva Group began buying shares in EPO in 2010 and by 2013 it had effectively gained a controlling interest through a 36.7% stake and a 50:50 joint venture with EPO based in Mauritius, called Liberian Palm

    Palm oil trade & market news: India import tax hike

    2018-03-02· Working to improve the palm oil industry 26 February 2017 On Friday, Mah told reporters that by the end of 2019, it would be mandatory for local companies to comply with the Malaysian Sus­tainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification scheme, which requires oil palm growers and palm oil processors to meet certain sustainability standards. This is a move towards branding Malaysian palm oil