In Indonesia, we're countering destructive palm oil monocultures with reforestation models that benefit nature and people.
Welcome to Tree Update 38, this time from Borneo and Sumatra, in Indonesia.
Finding alternatives to palm oil monocultures to fight deforestation and safeguard orangutan habitats.
Piet Abik imagined a better future for his palm oil dependant community. So he did one thing nobody had done before: he started a conversation.
Palm oil is the most ubiquitous product in our industry. Finding alternatives to palm oil is not easy. Is boycotting a solution?
There is no such thing as a bad tree, but the way humans plant them can lead to problems.
50 million trees means 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 removed from the atmosphere. But it means so much more…
Indonesia is home to over 28,000 plant species and 300,000 different animals, including Sumatran tigers, pygmy elephants, rhinoceroses and orangutans.