News (4)

/ EoF Press Release

Enough is enough: After eight years of “zero deforestation” promises, palm oil industry continues to destroy forests

Palm fruit illegally grown inside critical wildlife areas continues to taint palm oil entering the supply chains of 24 global traders and brands who have made zero deforestation commitments, an Eyes on the Forest (EoF) report published today found. The protected areas lost to illegal palm oil plantations include some of the last habitats for critically endangered Sumatran elephants, tigers and orangutans in Indonesia.

/ EoF Press Release

EoF: global supply chains still tainted with illegal palm oil

An Eyes on the Forest report published today demonstrates how crude palm oil tainted by illegally grown palm fruit from government-protected areas in some of the last remaining habitats of critically endangered Sumatran tigers, elephants, and orangutans.

/ EoF News

A hope for peatland protection, no more business as usual on peat

Eyes on the Forest commended the Ministry of Environment and Forestry for issuing a letter and instructions regarding peat management for the prevention and control of fire.

Reports (4)

/ EoF Investigative Report / WWF

Investigative Report: No one is safe (April 2016)

Eyes on the Forest published today a report demonstrating how crude palm oil tainted by illegally grown palm fruit from government-protected areas in...

/ EoF Investigative Report / WWF

Laporan Investigatif: Tak ada yang aman (April 2016)

Laporan EoF yang diterbitkan hari ini menunjukkan bagaimana minyak sawit mentah (CPO) ditanam secara ilegal di kawasan lindung milik Negara seperti...