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[Adv] Proforest and Daemeter to jointly organise an RSPO-endorsed Lead Auditor training course

Apparently this is sort of advertorial from my workplace website but if you have interest to learn more about RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) audit scheme and wants to be a lead auditor please do check this… 6 more words


Oil Palm Development and Human-Wildlife Conflict in Cameroon

Greetings to my fellow Masters students working hard on summer research and also to all you kind readers interested in our adventures! I am writing from the town of Mundemba in Southwest Cameroon, where I have been based for just a little over a month now for my research on human-wildlife conflict. 782 more words


Paquibato, Marilog as oil palm country

Foreign investors want about 50,000 hectares of Davao City’s far-flung districts of Paquibato and Marilog for large-scale oil palm plantations. 705 more words

Davao City

Pulong Duterte: Oil palm better than mining

Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte has supported foreign investors pouring multi-million peso investments in oil palm plantations in the city’s undeveloped far flung districts. 189 more words

Davao City

[Notes] RSPO Remediation and Compensation Procedures related to Land Clearance without Prior HCV assessment

I attended RSPO outreach meeting last Friday on RSPO Remediation and Compensation Procedures related to Land Clearance without Prior HCV assessment. Just a quick review on the meeting, RSPO remediation and compensation has two different procedures and respectively must be treated differently although there is chance both occurred in the same location. 563 more words


Duterte to seek NDF Ok for Malaysian oil palm project in rebel stronghold

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is taking the cudgels for a Malaysian firm proposing a 100-hectare oil palm plantation in farflung mountain district Paquibato, a stronghold of communist rebels. 252 more words

Rodrigo Duterte

African Oil Palm

The rains in Basse Guinea have just begun and, despite the occasional shower, families and workers all across the region are busy. The Basse Cote region of Guinea is dominated by oil palm production and the large, spiny fruits are ready for harvest. 649 more words