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Franky Widjaja, CEO,  Golden Agri-Resources
 
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RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS FORUM ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia Welcome address Franky Widjaja, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Golden Agri-Resources
Views: 3133 Global Initiatives
Golden Agri-Resources Sustainability Report 2017 [EN]
 
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Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) Sustainability Report 2017 Highlights, 9 July 2018
The Journey - Golden Agri Resources
 
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The palm oil industry is changing. Extraordinary Everyday tells the stories of the people behind responsible palm oil production. “The Journey”, the first in the series, introduces farmer, Yatimin, and elementary teacher, Siti Musyaropah from West Kalimantan, a rural province of Indonesia on the island of Borneo, as well as food technologist, Punjung Renjani, from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, all of whom are our people working along the palm oil value chain. Produced by Global Initiatives and GAR Producer: Alexis Stephanos Director: Fabian Nusi Scripwriter: Agasyah Karim DoP: Fabian Nusi 2nd Camera: Najib Muhammad Assistant Director & Drone: Dipta Diwangkara Editor: Wisnu Dewa Broto Sound & Mixing: Martin Handi
Views: 59 Fabian Nusi
Corporate video (old version)
 
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Link to updated corporate video here: https://youtu.be/-iVLqEmmWR0
Understanding the role the SDG's from a business perspective
 
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Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development 2017, Singapore. Watch Gopul Shah (Director, Corporate Treasury and Structure Trade Finance, Golden Agri-Resources) discuss accelerating SDG Action from a business perspective.
Views: 129 Global Initiatives
Golden Agri-Resources Sustainability Report 2016 [EN]
 
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Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) Sustainabilty Report 2016 Highlights, 13 July 2017
GAR - Journey to the extraordinary
 
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- Video produced by Global Initiatives - Demand for palm oil has skyrocketed in recent years as it’s the most widely consumed ingredient in the world that can be found in nearly half of common consumer products. Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) believes it is time for the story of palm oil, and particularly the story of the extraordinary people behind this crop, to be told. The company’s 'Extraordinary Everyday' series shines a light on those driving the future of the industry; from the farmers and the sustainability officers at the start of the palm oil journey to the food technologists and engineers at the end. Click here to discover stories behind the extraordinary, everyday lives of the people transforming the palm oil sector.
Views: 29 Global Initiatives
Prosperity - Panel Discussion
 
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RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2015 Planet - Panel followed by audience Q&A Ensuring availability of water for all societies Promoting sustainable consumption and production patterns Taking immediate action to combat climate change Conservation and sustainable use of marine resources Protecting our forests and terrestrial ecosystems Chair: Johan Kuylenstierna, Policy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute Inge Wallage, Communications and Engagement Director, International Water Association Agus Purnomo, Managing Director, Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholder Engagement, Golden Agri Resources Fredrik Henriksson, Head of Sustainability and Communications, INDISKA
Views: 182 Global Initiatives
GAR - A taste of the extraordinary
 
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- Video produced by Global Initiatives - With the help of more than 80 scientists and researchers, Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) believe that technology and innovation can improve the quality of palm oil products. Punjung Renjani is a food technologist for Golden Agri-Resources and her work involves looking at ways to enhance the quality of many palm oil-based ingredients. Making food products healthier for consumption is quite unique and a big responsibility and is something Punjung finds meaning in. Click here to discover Punjung’s story as she looks to help transform the palm oil industry.
Views: 62 Global Initiatives
Engaging the private sector in long-term solutions to end Indonesia’s forest fires and haze,
 
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Watch this Discussion Forum on the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2015, in Paris, France alongside COP21. Indonesia’s fires and haze have implications across multiple scales, including regional investment and political relations, as well as international trade and global commodity supply chains. However, it is a challenge that will have to be met at home and with the participation of the public sector, the private sector, and the people. This session explores the potential for the private sector to work with government and the local people to prevent and combat forest fires in Indonesia, and the challenges they will face. It also addresses the three most important actions for companies to boost efforts to resolve forest fires in Indonesia? Moderator: Tjokorda Nirarta “Koni” Samadhi, Country Director, World Resources Institute, Indonesia Speakers: Mansuetus Alsy Hanu (Darto), National Coordinator, Indonesia’s Palm Oil Smallholder Union (SPKS) Dharsono Hartono, President Director, PT Rimba Makmur Utama, Indonesia Agus Purnomo, Managing Director for Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholders Engagement, Golden Agri-Resources, Ltd. Herry Purnomo, Project Leader ‘Political Economy of Fire and Haze in Indonesia’, CIFOR Jatna Supriatna, Chairman, Reseach Center for Climate Change, University of Indonesia Sunday, 6 December 2015 Global Landscapes Forum, Paris, France #GLFCOP21 #ThinkLandscape For more information go to: www.landscapes.org Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), Musim Mas, Wilmar, Asian Agri, Cargill, Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)
The Responsible Business Summit Asia 2015
 
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Asia's premier meeting place to learn how business leaders and innovators are evolving their sustainability and CSR strategy. The event featured insight and case studies from the likes of: GSK, Huawei, Barclays, Interface, Adidas, Golden Agri-Resources and many more. For more information visit: http://events.ethicalcorp.com/rbs-asia/
Views: 450 Ethical Corporation
A taste of the extraordinary - Golden Agri Resources
 
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With the help of more than 80 scientists and researchers, Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) believe that technology and innovation can improve the quality of palm oil products. Punjung Renjani is a food technologist for Golden Agri-Resources and her work involves looking at ways to enhance the quality of many palm oil-based ingredients. Making food products healthier for consumption is quite unique and a big responsibility and is something Punjung finds meaning in. Produced by Global Initiatives and GAR Producer: Alexis Stephanos Director & DoP: Fabian Nusi Scripwriter: Agasyah Karim 2nd Camera: Najib Muhammad Assistant Director & Drone: Dipta Diwangkara Editor: Wisnu Dewa Broto Sound & Mixing: Martin Handi
Views: 13 Fabian Nusi
Meet the makers of palm oil
 
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Visit goldenagri.com.sg/extraordinaryeveryday to learn more! Follow us on Twitter, @GAR_Sinarmas/@SMART_Sinarmas and Instagram, @gar_sinarmas/@smart_sinarmas for daily updates.
EY Asean Entrepreneurial Excellence 2015
 
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EY Asean Entrepreneurial Excellence 2015 – Franky Oesman Widjaja, Golden Agri-Resources Ltd
Views: 63 EY Global
Achieving SDG13 with Agus Purnomo from Golden Agri-Resources
 
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Agus Purnomo, Managing Director for Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholder Engagement at Golden Agri-Resources shares with us his insights into achieving #SDG13: Climate Action at RBF Singapore 2016. Learn how businesses, governments and civil society can work together to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts: http://sdg.responsiblebusiness.com/climate-action
Views: 128 Global Initiatives
The Singapore Market This Week: Golden Agri-Resources Ltd Leads the Pack Lower
 
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The Singapore Market This Week: Golden Agri-Resources Ltd Leads the Pack Lower. For the week, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) inched down by 0.6% to end at 3,268.7. Of the 30 index components, 20 were in the red; nine were in the green while one – Singapore Exchange Limited (... --------------------- Don't Forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJSnnxC4ZgOInm5KZDkaU5g?sub_confirmation=1
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Jesús Ivars - Sinar Mas Cepsa Commissioning Manager
 
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Sinar Mas Cepsa is a joint venture between Cepsa and Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), part of the Indonesian consortium of Sinar Mas businesses. EUR 300 million plant in Dumai, Sumatra to produce fatty alcohols and acids from sustainably-sourced palm kernel oil for the Asia, Eastern and Western European markets.
Views: 239 CEPSAofficial
Breaking News | Golden agri-resources becomes first palm oil company to enter dow jones sustainabil
 
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Golden agri-resources becomes first palm oil company to enter dow jones sustainability indices Golden agri-resources becomes first palm oil company to enter dow jones sustainability indices SINGAPORE Palm oil producer Golden AgriResources announced on Monday Sept 18 that it has become the ... SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMjaOmdSqkcKmrntN5TF4Q Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/World-Breaking-News-1801911953358902/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/trinhhuuminhly Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101746655803030079868 Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/adanjanuzai/ Wedsite : http://www.bbc.com/news Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/world_breaking_news_tv/ Source : http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/902546341?-459:580:0 Thanks For Watching Video. Please SUBSCRIBE
Views: 59 HOT NEWS 24/7
Planting the extraordinary - Golden Agri Resources
 
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Director & DoP: Fabian Nusi Scripwriter: Agasyah Karim 2nd Camera: Najib Muhammad Assistant Director & Drone: Dipta Diwangkara Editor: Thomas Sound & Mixing: Martin Handi Produced by Global Initiatives, Singapore and GAR Producer: Alexis Stephanos
Views: 6 Fabian Nusi
Extraordinary after school  - Golden Agri Resources
 
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Director & DoP: Fabian Nusi Scripwriter: Agasyah Karim 2nd Camera: Najib Muhammad Assistant Director & Drone: Dipta Diwangkara Editor: Thomas Sound & Mixing: Martin Handi Produced by Global Initiatives and GAR Producer: Alexis Stephanos
Views: 4 Fabian Nusi
Who are the makers of a sustainable future?
 
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The palm oil industry is changing. This change is being driven by the extraordinary work of everyday people. Find out who are the makers of a sustainable future here: http://bit.ly/garjourney Follow us for daily updates at LinkedIn: golden-agri-resources-ltd Twitter: @GAR_Sinarmas Instagram: @sinarmas_agri FreeBackgroundMusic Misael Gauna - Blue Sky Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/02AVQjn9lAMNm8kGfHpoos?si=hs8uUr3NR1i9_QR2oblDwg
MoU signing between GAR/SMART & SNV
 
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Interview with Ismène Stalpers, SNV Development’s Country Director for Indonesia, on her thoughts regarding partnering Golden Agri-Resources (GAR)/SMART, to help palm oil smallholders increase their field productivity and income, and apply for sustainable palm oil certification.
Sinar Mas: Myths and Realities
 
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Sinar Mas, Indonesia's largest palm oil and paper company with arms including APP and Golden Agri Resources, spins a tale about how it protects rainforests and peatlands. But in reality, Sinar Mas continues hell-bent on destruction as this recent evidence from Greenpeace shows... For the real story, go to http://www.greenpeace.org/sinar-mas
Views: 8101 Greenpeace UK
Food & Agriculture business in Malaysia: QL Resources on STOCKS AROUND US
 
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Explore one of the leading agricultural resources company in Malaysia... QL Resources!
Eyes on the forest: the reality of the palm oil industry | WWF-Singapore
 
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Is your breakfast cereal illegal? For the first time - it's possible to tell. The latest Eyes on the Forest report is the first time that we have been able to establish the link between global consumer brands (Kellogg's, Colgate, Nestle etc) and the plantations they source palm oil from, via the world's 'Big 4' traders: Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) Apical, Wilmar, Musim Mas and Sinar Mas (Golden Agri Resources). It highlights the biggest loophole/gap the entire palm oil industry faces today: need for transparency between plantation and mills.
Views: 267 WWF Singapore
Bringing sustainability into the palm oil industry in Indonesia: Anita Neville
 
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"SDGs have given a very useful framework for the palm industry in Indonesia to come onboard the sustainability journey," says Anita Neville, Vice President, Corporate Communications & Sustainability Relations, Golden Agri-Resources Ltd, Singapore as she shares how her company is adopting the #SDGs in into the palm oil industry in Indonesia. The interview was taken on the sidelines of the Responsible Business Forum on 12 October 2018 in Singapore.
I am a maker of a sustainable future; I am a farmer
 
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The palm oil industry is changing. Extraordinary Everyday tells the stories of the people behind responsible palm oil production. The final video of the series is about our farmer, Yatimin, from West Kalimantan, who is working along the palm oil value chain. Visit goldenagri.com.sg/extraordinaryeveryday to learn more! Follow us for daily updates at LinkedIn: golden-agri-resources-ltd Twitter: @GAR_Sinarmas Instagram: @sinarmas_agri
Bulldozers in the Leuser Ecosystem
 
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The Leuser Ecosystem is a landscape of rare beauty, but there is destruction for #ConflictPalmOil happening right now in this irreplaceable place. #Palmoil giants Wilmar and Golden Agri-Resources, who supply global brands like PepsiCo, must take urgent action to stop this devastation.. Find out how to take action at ran.org/protect_tripa
Rabobank en ABN AMRO betrokken bij kap regenwoud in Liberia
 
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In Liberia kapt GVL grote stukken regenwoud. Rabobank en ABN AMRO steken geld aan onderdelen van palmoliegigant Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), de enige investeerder in GVL. Dit moet stoppen ✋ Blijf niet op de bank zitten, maar schud jouw bank wakker en stuur een ansichtkaart via http://bit.ly/trekdegrens-ABN-Rabobank
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Opening discussion panel: Aligning food and agriculture policy in the ASEAN  Economic Community
 
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RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS FORUM ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia Opening discussion panel Aligning food and agriculture policy in the ASEAN Economic Community – Chair: Adam Schwarz, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Group Advisors – U Tin Htut, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Myanmar Franky Widjaja, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Golden Agri Resources Lance Wang, Head, ASEAN – Pakistan and Partnerships, Monsanto Eduardo Tugendhat, Director of Thought Leadership, Palladium Bayu Krisnamurthi, Director, Palm Oil Estate Fund, and Chairman of The Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics
Views: 226 Global Initiatives
PT. Tualang Raya Continues To Destroy Elephant Habitat In Breach of Moratorium
 
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PT. Tulalang Raya is not currently selling palm oil fruits, but it intends to in the future. The biggest buyers from the region––Wilmar, Golden Agri Resources, Musim Mas––must adopt a permanent no buy policy from this company given its ongoing breach of their “No Deforestation” policies and work with governments and communities to deliver the protection of the lowland rainforests of the Leuser Ecosystem. Major brands including PepsiCo continue to drive this senseless destruction of rainforests for Conflict Palm Oil. All brands must enforce a moratorium on forest destruction in their supply chains, including all palm oil refineries sourcing from the Leuser Ecosystem.
Orangutans Visit HSBC Bank
 
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A group of orangutans visit an HSBC Bank in Downtown Los Angeles to ask them to stop funding companies that destroy their native rainforest in Indonesia. Luckily for those orange apes, HSBC listened... A subsidiary of Sinarmas Group, Golden Agri-Resources, was destroying vast areas of ancient Indonesian Rainforest for palm-oil production. Thanks to pressure from Greenpeace, HSBC stopped their funding of this forest destruction by selling off all stock shares of Sinar Mas.
Views: 2384 Greenpeace USA
Stocks to watch: sabana reit, oxley, golden agri, noble
 
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Stocks to watch: sabana reit, oxley, golden agri, noble Mon, Nov 27, 2017 - 8:58 AM THE following stocks made announcements that may affect their trading on...
Views: 21 Mike Harrison
I am a maker of a sustainable future; I am a teacher
 
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The palm oil industry is changing. Extraordinary Everyday tells the stories of the people behind responsible palm oil production. The third video of the series is about our teacher, Siti Musyaropah, from West Kalimantan, who is working along the palm oil value chain. Visit goldenagri.com.sg/extraordinaryeveryday to learn more! Follow us for daily updates at LinkedIn: golden-agri-resources-ltd Twitter: @GAR_Sinarmas Instagram: @sinarmas_agri
Agri Treks Brazil Ep 5 - Farming in Ponta Grossa Brazil
 
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One of the few Latin American countries to expand agricultural production since the mid-1900s, Brazil’s deforestation has long been in the limelight of global scrutiny. The vast topographical change is concerning, but with the agricultural industry so important to the Brazilian economy, it’s easy to see there are incredible economic incentives fuelling the destruction.
Views: 2114 RealAgriculture
RBF Singapore 2018: Introduction panel on Food & Nutrition
 
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Watch Regina Moench-Pfanner (ibn360), Hemant Bhatt (Golden-Agri-Resources) and Grahame Dixie (Grow Asia) discuss Food & Nutrition on the introduction panel at the Responsible Business Forum 2018, Singapore. Learn more about the Responsible Business Forum: http://www.responsiblebusiness.com/
Views: 48 Global Initiatives
Breaking News | Golden agri makes it to dow jones sustainability indices
 
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Golden agri makes it to dow jones sustainability indices Golden agri makes it to dow jones sustainability indices Golden AgriResources said it has become the first palm oil company to be included in the Dow Jones S... SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMjaOmdSqkcKmrntN5TF4Q Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/World-Breaking-News-1801911953358902/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/trinhhuuminhly Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101746655803030079868 Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/adanjanuzai/ Wedsite : http://www.bbc.com/news Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/world_breaking_news_tv/ Source : http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/902671075?-459:580:0 Thanks For Watching Video. Please SUBSCRIBE
Views: 27 HOT NEWS 24/7
Kung Chee Wang - Sinar Mas Cepsa CEO
 
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Sinar Mas Cepsa is a joint venture between Cepsa and Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), part of the Indonesian consortium of Sinar Mas businesses. EUR 300 million plant in Dumai, Sumatra to produce fatty alcohols and acids from sustainably-sourced palm kernel oil for the Asia, Eastern and Western European markets.
Views: 178 CEPSAofficial
Jesús Ivars - Responsable de la puesta en marcha Sinar Mas Cepsa
 
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Sinar Mas Cepsa es una compañía creada a través de la asociación de Cepsa y Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), filial del consorcio indonesio Sinar Mas. La empresa ha invertido 300 millones de euros en esta planta, ubicada en Dumai (Sumatra), que produce alcoholes y ácidos grasos a partir de aceite de palmiste sostenible, con destino a los mercados de Asia y Europa.
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We are the makers of a sustainable future
 
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The palm oil industry is changing. This change is being driven by the extraordinary work of everyday people. Learn more about how Yatimin, Siti, and Punjung are part of our sustainable palm oil journey at http://bit.ly/garjourney Share this video with your friends and networks. Don’t forget to tag us and include these hashtags #thejourney #meetthemakers #extraordinaryeveryday too. Follow us for daily updates at LinkedIn: golden-agri-resources-ltd Twitter: @GAR_Sinarmas Instagram: @sinarmas_agri FreeBackgroundMusic Misael Gauna - Blue Sky Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/02AVQjn9lAMNm8kGfHpoos?si=hs8uUr3NR1i9_QR2oblDwg
7. Multi-stakeholder Engagements
 
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MIT ESD.S43 Green Supply Chain Management, Spring 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/ESD-S43S14 Instructor: Alexis Bateman Students learned different aspects on the multi-stakeholder engagements from discussion of a case study on the palm oil supply chain, "Golden Agri Resources and Sustainability Case Study." License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 2341 MIT OpenCourseWare
José María Solana - Vice Consejero Delegado Sinar Mas Cepsa
 
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Sinar Mas Cepsa es una compañía creada a través de la asociación de Cepsa y Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), filial del consorcio indonesio Sinar Mas. La empresa ha invertido 300 millones de euros en esta planta, ubicada en Dumai (Sumatra), que produce alcoholes y ácidos grasos a partir de aceite de palmiste sostenible, con destino a los mercados de Asia y Europa.
Views: 159 CEPSAofficial
Kung Chee Wang - CEO Sinar Mas Cepsa
 
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Sinar Mas Cepsa es una compañía creada a través de la asociación de Cepsa y Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), filial del consorcio indonesio Sinar Mas. La empresa ha invertido 300 millones de euros en esta planta, ubicada en Dumai (Sumatra), que produce alcoholes y ácidos grasos a partir de aceite de palmiste sostenible, con destino a los mercados de Asia y Europa.
Views: 164 CEPSAofficial
GFAR / GODAN / CTA webinar "Data and Agri-food Systems: Past, Present and Future"
 
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As part of our work on farmers’ rights to data and following up on the face-to-face course on Farmers’ Access to Data organized in Centurion in November 2017, GFAR continues its collaboration with the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative (GODAN) and the Technical Center for Agricultural and Rural Cooperarion (CTA) on a series of webinars on data-driven agriculture, its opportunities and its challenges. About this webinar Agriculture has always been data driven, i.e. data (and information) formed the basis for planning, cultivating and harvesting their farms and marketing their farming products. Agricultural societies, with the mainstay of their economies being food production, developed their own data ecosystems to manage data around their most critical resources such as water and land. The need to organize the most effective use of their critical agricultural resources, these societies aggregated and organized as either Nation-states or City-states. The backbone of the governance of these societies was around the need to manage the data and information around resource use for food production that could be taxed and to forecast whether there would be enough to feed its people or there would be a surplus that could be used to gain even more resources such as through war. In this Webinar, Ajit Maru proposes a framework of data ecosystems that forms, along with those for finance and movement of commodities, the supporting pillars of Agri-food systems. This framework has: Policies related to the purpose of agriculture and Agri-food systems and in its support the data and information system to support this purpose Strategies to realize the policy objectives Supporting Institutions which includes: Rules, Norms, Regulations and Regulatory mechanisms Standards to collect, collate, store, communicate, process, analyze and interpret the data into information Structures for policy making, implementing strategies, legislation and rule making, enforcement and regulation of rules and standards, development of standards and enabling sharing, exchange and use of data and information Infrastructure such as for collection, collation and processing, communication, sharing and exchange of data and information Capacities including human skills to generate, process, communicate and effectively use data and information. He will illustrate and discuss the framework with examples such as of ancient Egypt, Intensification of farming in the last century and the “Amul” Dairy model in India developed in the 1970s. His emphasis will be on data ecosystems that are now needed for the emerging globalized Agri-food systems where data and information in addition to being critical resources are also critical products. The efficiencies of future Agri-food systems will depend on their management of data and information. In the Webinar, he will propose and discuss models for developing data ecosystems that will support future Agri-food systems. About the presenter Ajit Maru, Ph.D., grew up in Kenya, studied veterinary sciences in India and has served the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, National Dairy Development Board of India, International Service for National Agricultural Research, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology and the Global Forum on Agricultural Research/FAO in his professional career spanning almost 40 years. He has contributed to several initiatives related to agricultural data and information management including CIARD and the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN). He now follows his life long interest in understanding and improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers. At the moment, in addition to advocacy on management and use of agricultural data, information and knowledge, he is supporting development of a platform to support smallholder farmers of Gujarat, India, in their farming and participation in markets. Facilitator: Valeria Pesce, GFAR.
Planet - Panel Discussion
 
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Planet - Panel followed by audience Q&A Ensuring availability of water for all societies Promoting sustainable consumption and production patterns Taking immediate action to combat climate change Conservation and sustainable use of marine resources Protecting our forests and terrestrial ecosystems Chair: Johan Kuylenstierna, Policy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute Inge Wallage, Communications and Engagement Director, International Water Association Agus Purnomo, Managing Director, Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholder Engagement, Golden Agri Resources Fredrik Henriksson, Head of Sustainability and Communications, INDISKA
Views: 2819 Global Initiatives
Business & Deforestation - are companies going to meet their supply chain commitments?
 
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TFA2020 & Supply Change Report Launch Webinar, co-hosted with Innovation Forum. Two years remain on the deadline for deforestation commitments laid out by leading groups such as the Consumer Good Forum, New York Declaration on Forests and We Mean Business. While there is growing evidence that companies are setting goals to manage deforestation within their commodity supply chains – with now nearly 450 companies profiled on www.supply-change.org, the analysis shows that much remains to be done to increase the momentum toward the necessary transformational action. In this webinar, we will discuss two new reports from the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020 and Forest Trends’ Supply Change initiative, and debate the state of play with leading companies working towards deforestation-free commodity supply chains We will outline some of the new research’s key conclusions, and examine trends among corporate commitments to reduce deforestation from the “big four” agricultural commodities – palm, timber/pulp, soy, and cattle. Webinar speakers include: • Marco Albani, director, Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA) 2020 • Stephen Donofrio, senior advisor, Supply Change (a Forest Trends Initiative) • Hannah Hislop, senior global advocacy manager, Unilever • Anita Neville, vp corporate communications & sustainability relations, Golden-Agri Resources • Katie McCoy, head of forests program, CDP • Ian Welsh, publishing director, Innovation Forum (moderator)
Views: 26 Supply Change