Palm Oil Companies Must Accept Responsibility for Indonesian Fires

Massive destruction inside forests in Riau Province, Indonesia. The forest fires continue to cause record-breaking air pollution in Singapore and Malaysia. Greenpeace calls on concessions to urgently extinguish fires on their land, immediately stop the drainage and development on peat and natural forests and ensure palm oil in their supply chains is free from forest destruction.

A firefighter braves the smoke caused by the forest fires in Riau Province, Indonesia. The forest fires continue to cause record-breaking air pollution in Singapore and Malaysia. Greenpeace calls on concession holders to urgently extinguish fires on their land, immediately stop the drainage and development on peat and natural forests and ensure palm oil in their supply chains is free from forest destruction.

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