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on October 6, 2015 in Forest Conservation, General, Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation 0
Thankfully, American companies are increasingly using environmentally friendly ingredients such as Malaysian sustainable palm oil in their products.
on September 29, 2015 in Forest Conservation, General, News, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture 0
Additionally, state-of-the-art research, which has mapped out the oil palm genome and which was published in the prestigious journal Nature by a joint Malaysian/US research team promises to set the trends to meet world demands in a sustainable fashion, even beyond 2030. As a result of these developments Europe now increasingly regards Malaysian palm oil […]
on September 25, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
Because of the oil palm’s high yield, Malaysia produces ample quantities of this global commodity while maintaining its 1992 Rio Earth Summit pledge to maintain more than 50 percent of its land cover as forests.
on September 10, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Nutrition, Palm Oil / Red Palm Oil, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Tocotrienol, What’s New, Wildlife Preservation 0
Malaysian sustainable palm oil is non-GMO. Oil palm plantations also require fewer fertilizers, pesticides and energy than other edible oil crops.
on August 6, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Nutrition, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
Malaysia is a trusted supplier of sustainable palm oil because it adheres to the 3P model of sustainability: People, Planet and Profit. Malaysia’s highly regulated palm oil industry follows ecologically sound Good Agricultural Practices. This progressive Southeast Asian county has also followed through on its 1992 pledge to keep an astonishing 50 percent of its […]
on July 24, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
The study also reports that pressures on the existing wildlife have diminished because the Temier people no longer hunt for wild meat in the rainforest. The report states Malayan tigers and Asian elephants have been seen in the area, as well as more than 150 species of birds.
on July 15, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Nutrition, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
Because Malaysian sustainable palm oil is such a simple substitute for partially hydrogenated oils, Sundram estimates that the United States’ short-term demand for palm oil will increase approximately 20 percent. “This is unlikely to create a major supply constrain for palm producers, especially Malaysia,” said Sundram, adding that Malaysia’s inventory could meet this demand without […]
on July 14, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Nutrition, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
The largest supplier of sustainable palm oil to the United States takes a different approach to palm oil cultivation. “Malaysia has one of the most modern, enlightened environmental policies in the world. Literally 50 percent of their forests are protected forever.”
Most of Malaysia’s orangutans live on the island’s protected forests. That’s not a challenge as an astonishing 60 percent of Sabah is under forest cover. This provides ample natural habitat for the orangutans to thrive. Palm oil is also legally cultivated in these states, but only on land zoned for agriculture. Many of today’s oil […]