November – Dying for a Cookie report links Mondelēz to rainforest destruction

September – Final Countdown report links world’s biggest brands to rainforest destruction in Indonesia

September- Occupation Wilmar palm oil refinery Indonesia

March –  Moment of Truth report tackles the inadequate transparency efforts of big brands


February – Dirty bankers report links hsbc and other banks to companies destroying forests and peatlands


September – Greenpeace action at IOI’s HQ in Rotterdam

September Deadly Trade-Off report links IOI and other traders to deforestation and fires

June – IPOP voluntarily disbands

April – KPPU launches anti-cartel investigation into IPOP members

February – Ministry of agriculture official threatens IPOP members


November  – President Jokowi promises to stop forest and peatland destruction

November – Under fire report exposes failure of industry and government to prevent forest fires

October – Forest fires and haze crisis

February – Astra Agro Lestari commits to ‘no deforestation’


December –KLK and Musim Mas commit to ‘no deforestation’

September – Largest traders of Indonesian palm oil form IPOP indonesian government and leading companies sign New York declaration on forests, Sime Darby and other Malaysian growers announce a deforestation moratorium, Asian Agri commits to ‘no deforestation’

August – PZ Cussons commits to ‘no deforestation’

July – General Mills, Cargill and Reckitt Benckiser commit to ‘no deforestation’

June – Mondelēz commit to ‘no deforestation’

May – Danone commits to ‘no deforestation’

April – P&G commits to ‘no deforestation’

March – Mars and Colgate-Palmolive commit to ‘no deforestation’

February – Kellogg commits to ‘no deforestation’

January – l’Oréal commits to ‘no deforestation’


December Wilmar commits to ‘no deforestation’

October – Licence to Kill report links Wilmar to deforestation of tiger habitat in Sumatra

September –  Certifying Destruction report exposes deforestation and fires in RSPO member concessions


May – President Yudhoyono announces moratorium on new concessions in peatland or primary forest

February – GAR commits to ‘no deforestation’ in its own plantations


November – Consumer Goods Forum commits to ‘zero net deforestation’ by 2020

May – Nestlé commits to ‘no deforestation’

April – Caught Red-handed report links Nestlé to GAR


May – Unilever cancels contracts with GAR

April- Burning up Borneo report links Unilever to GAR


November – Cooking the climate report exposes deforestation by GAR