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The World Can Have Sustainable Palm Oil

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Palm oil is the most widely consumed vegetable oil on the planet. It’s estimated that it is used in about half of all packaged products sold in the supermarket from shampoo to ice cream and detergents. It is the most widely consumed vegetable oil because it’s extremely versatile and cheap to grow! However, it also comes at a cost.

Children Are Tupperware Indonesia’s Main CSR Clients

Tupperware Indonesia is helping children through difficult times in their country.

Treating the Indonesian Diabetes Pandemic: A Case Study from Novo Nordisk

Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk has released a new case study that examines the challenges for diabetes care in Indonesia. The study reflects the company's work to provide diabetes care across Indonesia, a country where millions of people have diabetes but less than one per cent receives proper treatment.

The Call of the Gamelan: Sustainable Investing in Indonesia

The world's 18th-largest economy is poised to be a sustainable development model for developing nations

Following the Sustainable Paper Trail: Private Sector Key to Reducing Deforestation in Indonesia

"A country that has the unique reputation of Indonesia, when it stands up and takes a leadership role for what is right and moral in the world, it elevates itself and distinguishes itself." -- Al Gore, January 9, 2011(1) 

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