"The Malaysian government and the palm oil industry have been accused of laying waste to the last remaining rainforests of Borneo. A BBC investigation has uncovered evidence of the latest jungle clearance which has seen vast tracts of land being bulldozed to make way for plantations. Indigenous tribes say they are being driven from their lands. Correspondent Angus Stickler reports from Borneo."
Listen again at 0837 here (6 minutes):
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The IOI mentioned in the feature is here. They are a founder member of the RSPO:
IOI's Corporate Responsibility Statement includes these points:
IOI holds firmly to operating its businesses in ways that meet regulatory requirements on environmental impact in the countries or markets in which we operate. We strive to achieve a sustainable long-term balance between meeting our business goals and the preservation of the environment. Specifically, we adopt a group-wide policy of greening the environment. In that regard, we also insist on the same standard of environmental care from our suppliers and business partners.
IOI strives to be a trusted and responsible corporate citizen through participation and contribution to the community in which we operate. Key areas of our focus include education, assistance to the deprived, racial/ community integration, practical training, and other social and welfare programs.