Denounced by government and RSPO, Peruvian plantation continues
Friday, May 26th, 2017
Threats have reportedly been made against indigenous people whose territory has been occupied by an oil palm company, which continues to operate in spite of sanctions by the Peruvian government and a denouncement by the leading palm oil certification scheme.
Illegal cocoa and palm plantations cause $111m damage in Peruvian Amazon
Monday, October 10th, 2016
Peru’s National Forest and Wildlife Service produced an estimate of the damage in a technical report that has been submitted to the environmental prosecutor.
Rising deforestation for agriculture in Peru indigenous reserve
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
“Initial threat assessment” identifies 1,600 hectares of forest loss since 2013, in Amazonian reserve protected for the benefit of indigenous peoples.