Research serves as an important avenue for us to gain insights into the impacts of RSPO’s work.
As part of our Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system and in line with the RSPO’s Theory of Change, research serves as an important avenue for us to gain insights into the impacts of RSPO’s work. It not only helps to generate evidence of our impacts, but also helps to fill our knowledge gaps and capture the lessons learned, which can then be applied to our current work, challenges and future initiatives. This is crucial for us to drive continuous improvement of our standards for the benefit of all our stakeholders.
In this section, you will be able to find information relating to the key research priorities of RSPO as well as the latest evidence on the impacts of RSPO.As part of our commitment towards continuous improvement, RSPO actively support and encourage research studies on examining the effectiveness of our sustainability standards. Therefore, we welcome the opportunity to explore the possibilities of working with you.
To initiate possible collaboration, kindly complete the form below and ensure that you submit all supporting documents for us to make an informed decision. If you require assistance, please contact Cheryl Ong. All requests will be considered by RSPO and you will receive a response within 10 working days.