Indigenous rights must be ‘at the centre’ of new EU policies looking to stamp out environmental and human rights violations from food supply chains, argues indigenous advocate Edson Krenak from NGO Cultural Survival.
Major South East Asian palm oil producer countries are gearing up to retaliate against the European Union’s controversial deforestation regulation, with the situation rapidly devolving to the point that a trade war could be on the horizon.
Ahead of this week’s trilogue negotiations on the EU’s Deforestation Regulation, the Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA/GAPKI) has complained the legislation “will increase poverty, decrease sustainable development, and undermine decades of progress...
The world’s largest private producer of soybeans has pledged to eliminate deforestation in its supply chain by 2025. FoodNavigator hears how Amaggi plans to achieve its goal, who should foot the bill for sustainability, and what role collaboration can...
The meat giant and world’s second-largest food company has announced a new pledge to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040 and zero deforestation across its global supply chain by 2035.
Around one-fifth of the soy and beef imported to Europe from Brazil can be linked to deforestation in the country, a new study reveals, lending its voice to growing opposition to the trade deal between the EU and Mercosur.
Emmanuel Macron, France’s president, deserves huge credit for putting the fires in the Amazon rainforest on the global agenda, CEO of US based environmental campaign group, Mighty Earth, Glenn Hurowitz, told FeedNavigator today.