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25611. 14/11/2007
   
13/11/2007 (Carbon Positive) - A number of multinational food and household product companies have been named in a report by Greenpeace as contributing to the rapid destruction of tropical rainforest and related greenhouse gas emissions.
25612. 14/11/2007
   
11/12/2007 (Cosmetic Design.com)- Procter & Gamble and Unilever are among the personal care companies implicated in the environmental time bomb planted by the farming of the natural ingredient palm oil, according to a new report.
25613. 14/11/2007
   
11/12/2007 (The Peninsula), Thiruvananthapuram - Kerala’s anti-imperialist slogans rent the air today, though in a corner of the northern Beypore port by a small band of activists, protesting against the import of palmolein.
25614. 14/11/2007
   
11/11/2007(Reuters), London - Booming world demand for palm oil from Indonesia for food and biofuels is posing multiple threats to the environment as forests are being cleared, peat wetlands exposed and carbon released, a report said on Thursday.
25615. 14/11/2007
   
10/11/2007 (The Star Online) - The oil palm fraternity will need to get used to a series of sharp spikes in crude palm oil (CPO) prices for at least another 12 months.
25616. 14/11/2007
   
12/11/2007 (Couriermail.com.au) - COMPLACENT government attitudes toward biodiesel are costing Queensland jobs and denying the population one of the greenest energy forms.
25617. 14/11/2007
   
11/09/2007 (Antara News), Jakarta - The crude palm oil (CPO) issue will be one of the topics of discussion in the International Trade Conference of Young Moslem Entrepreneurs to in Jakarta on August 9 to 18, 2008.
25618. 14/11/2007
   
08/11/2007 (The Economic Times), Nusa Dua - India’s vegetable oil demand is expected to grow by 6-7% each year for the next five years as its economy expands and population grows, an industry body said on Thursday.
25619. 14/11/2007
   
08/11/2007 (CNN), London - Destruction of Indonesia's peatlands to make way for the production of palm oil is leading to a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions, a problem that will get worse as demand for biofuel grows, Greenpeace reported Thursday.
25620. 09/11/2007
   
08/11/2007 (Telegraph.co.uk) - Big international companies are fuelling the wholesale destruction of critically important rainforests and peatlands in Indonesia in their search for cheap palm oil, a hard-hitting report claims.
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