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Harvesting palm oil is causing real havoc on the environment.

It is the most commonly used vegetable oil and can be found in half of the packaged goods in the supermarket. It’s cheap and shelf stable, but the problem is that most palm oil is produced on plantations in an unsustainable and destructive manner, inflicting serious damage to our climate, the local ecosystem, and indigenous communities.

The palm oil industry is wrought with lies and corporate greed.

Plantations that produce “sustainable palm oil” have enabled deforestation and climate change, making certifications virtually meaningless. The palm oil industry is failing our world, so we are taking the moral high ground and avoiding palm oil all together. 

Sustainable palm oil is bullsh*t.

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) was formed in 2004 to promote the growth of sustainable palm oil. 

Did you know that palm oil plantations that are certified as sustainable per the RSPO are actually behind deforestation?

The RSPO doesn’t tell you that all deforestation prior to November 2005 doesn't count against being sustainable. What gives?

Read up on the palm problem.

Click the links below to see for yourself:

CNNBorneo is Burning

New York TimesA Blood-Red Sky

Washington Post: Wildfires in Indonesia 

Washington PostFood companies face complaints of forced labor

PBSIndigenous leaders call attention to disastrous forest fires

ReutersIndonesia's 'Good Palm' drive enflames anger

ReutersMalaysia hopes to pay for military equipment with palm oil

ReutersPalm oil to blame for 39% of forest loss in Borneo since 2000

Mongabay81% of Indonesia’s oil palm plantations flouting regulations

Independent UKPalm oil greenwashing is a real problem