Uptake Targets for Shared Responsibility – Year Four (2023)
RSPO P&C Lead Auditor Training Course – 16 October 2023, Bali, Indonesia
Development of Technical Content for the Supply Chain Certification (SCC) Lead Auditor Training Programme Training Provider (TP)
Development of Technical Content for the Principles and Criteria 2018 (P&C 2018) Lead Auditor Training Programme Training Provider (TP)
Call for Proposal: Initial Study on De-Linking Business Relations Between RSPO-Accredited Certification Bodies and Auditees
Why sustainable palm oil is better than a boycott
When grown sustainably, palm oil is a force for good. It helps protect the environment, communities, employees and wildlife. But when it’s grown unsustainably, palm oil production can be destructive and damaging. How are we enabling the positive impact of sustainable palm oil?
How RSPO helps
At the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), we have a simple aim: a sustainable palm oil industry.
We’re transforming the sector by bringing together stakeholders across the supply chain to develop and implement global standards for producing and sourcing certified sustainable palm oil.
Our global impact
Palm oil has a positive impact on the planet and people when grown sustainably.
By setting the environmental and social standards for certified sustainable palm oil, RSPO Members are making sure this impact is as far-reaching as possible.
View Impact Report 2022 here.
ESTIMATED PRODUCTION OF SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL:
COMPANIES WITH SUPPLY CHAIN CERTIFICATES:
FACILITIES WITH SUPPLY CHAIN CERTIFICATES:
Transforming the palm oil sector involves everyone in the industry.
More than three million smallholders and small-scale farmers make a living from palm oil globally. Equally, its production and distribution involves some of the world’s largest international businesses. Here you can see the impact we’re having across the sector.
Photo Credit: RSPO/Jonathan Perugia