Smoke, Palm Oil, Teresa Kok

Smoke, Palm Oil

Stop blaming palm oil players for smoke-causing fires, says Kok | The Malaysian Insight

Stop blaming palm oil players for smoke-causing fires, says Kok

23.9.2019

Stop blaming palm oil players for smoke-causing fires, says Kok

Most planters adopt sustainable practice standards that prohibit burning, says minister.

The Primary Industries Minister said palm oil companies subscribed to initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable production, such as the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil certification scheme (MSPO), which prohibits open burning.

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