Date: 22 April 2022
Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (GMT+7)
Location: Online
Event Type: Webinars

Join us on a virtual tour to an RSPO member plantation and orangutan conservation sanctuary in Indonesia!

Open to RSPO members, stakeholders, media partners, and youth representatives from across Asia Pacific and Europe, this virtual tour replaces the physical tour that RSPO has been carried out in the past years, in light of the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The tour aims to shed light on sustainable palm oil practices and to demonstrate the positive impact palm oil can have on people, planet and prosperity when grown and sourced according to sustainable certification standards like RSPO, as well as to introduce and promote sustainable palm oil from the point of view of palm oil producers in Indonesia.

We call on all RSPO members and stakeholders in the palm oil supply chain, including consumers, to take greater responsibility in driving positive change and helping to achieve our shared vision of making sustainable palm oil the norm. Only by working together through collective action and multi-stakeholder participation can we transform the market for sustainable palm oil.

All participants will receive an E-certificate.

This session will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia with English subtitles.

CONTACT: Winda Adelita Saragihl – [email protected] 

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