Posted 10th February 2022 by Nicholas Noakes
As the world considers how it can mitigate climate change, Global Engage has committed to playing its part by reducing the impact of running events. But how to do it? I recently attended an onboarding course organised by ISLA and discovered that “Carbon Neutral” and “Net Zero” are not the same thing!
Posted 1st January 2018 by Jane Williams
Palm oil belongs to Elaeis, which is the only genus of Arecaceae family that produces edible oil. The current commercial planting is mainly E. guineensis, (Jacq.) originating from West Africa, selected due to its yield superiority. The cultivations occur throughout the tropical belt, especially in Southeast Asia, Africa and South America. To date, palm oil has become the most important oil crop in the world, accounting for 37% of global vegetable oil production. However, palm oil sustainability is always debated. Is palm oil really sustainable for people? To answer this, some facts are worth pondering.