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Rapid Response Report May 2020: Timber–Cattle–Crop Cycle in Amazon

Please join Aidenvironment and its CRR partners for a discussion on the main drivers of the fires in Brazil and Indonesia

By Judith Knibbe 10 months ago
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Aidenvironment Research on SLC Agricola Informs Continued Sustainability Debate in the Financial Sector

Please join Aidenvironment and its CRR partners for a discussion on the main drivers of the fires in Brazil and Indonesia

By Judith Knibbe 10 months ago
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NDPE Policies Cover 83% of Palm Oil Refineries; Implementation at 78%

Please join Aidenvironment and its CRR partners for a discussion on the main drivers of the fires in Brazil and Indonesia

By Judith Knibbe 11 months ago
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CRR Webinar: Which companies are most exposed to deforestation-driven fires in their supply chains?

Please join Aidenvironment and its CRR partners for a discussion on the main drivers of the fires in Brazil and Indonesia

By Judith Knibbe 11 months ago
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CRR’s The Chain; new series on the COVID-19 crisis effects

New CRR analysis shows that ten palm oil companies were responsible for approximately 39,500 hectares of deforestation….

By Judith Knibbe 1 year ago
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Aidenvironment finalist in Global Forest Watch User Story Contest

Aidenvironment participated in the annual Global Forest Watch (GFW) User Story Contest making it to the finals. Aidenvironment uses the GFW platform to observe and process the deforestation alerts across different tropical forest for two projects; Chain Reaction Research and the Rapid-response Deforestation Monitoring System. On their blog, GFW said about Aidenvironment: “ Accounting for

By beheerder 2 years ago
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Update on Stranded Assets of Indonesia’s Palm Oil Sector Report

In 2017, Chain Reaction Research (CRR) reported 6.1 million hectares (ha) of forest and peatland remained on oil palm concessions, land that can be considered “stranded assets.” This update discusses figures and trends in the palm oil industry since 2017 and argues that oil palm development on forest and peatland will remain economically unviable for the foreseeable

By beheerder 2 years ago