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though there are many problems in the plantation business in indonesia, but plantation is still the ‘primadona’ to do. it is just like palm oil plantation which still gets after the production rather than increasing the global market consumption in every year.
It often happens that the non profit organization, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is pessimist about the cultivation. But many palm oil plantations have run the sustainable principles and criteria in these last days.
The last condition is that many smallholders in many countries, such as, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand could produce sustainable palm oil. Though they still need help and cooperation from many sides, but the smallholders do make changes by implementing the best and sustainable cultivation.
The cooperation among the stakeholders is also part of the continous discussion in RSPO NEXT which was done in last year. The RSPO forum reminded that every side should cooperate well rather than competing to be who will be the most sustainable.
The Forum Roundtable (RT) 14 this year, asked the stakeholders to share knowledge and skills to make certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO) as the norm for the palm oil production and consumption globally. So the production should be helped by absorbing it in the global market.
CEO RSPO, Darrel Webber thought, sustainable palm oil should involve the stakeholders to commit on the sustainable transparency. The commitment is important as the same effort to ensure togetherness without living anyone behind.
“The inclusive partnership is important . . .