CDP, the non-profit global environmental disclosure system, has released its first report examining the state of play in the Indonesian palm oil sector. The report analyses the disclosures of 64 companies that produced, sourced and/or used Indonesian palm oil in 2017. This data is used as a baseline to compare against the information reported by 69 companies that disclosed to CDP forests questionnaire in 2018. This report takes stock of the current state of corporate understanding of risk and response to Indonesian palm oil-related deforestation, identifies critical private sector actions that will help companies to deliver on their commitments to remove deforestation from their supply chains, and provides a clear call to action to companies engaged in the Indonesian palm oil sector to take the necessary steps to prevent further forest loss in order to meet global climate and sustainable development goals.
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