Tine Ratna Poerwantika, S.IP., M.Si., NIDN. 0430087207 (2017) PALM OIL EXPANSION IN INDONESIA. INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCE. pp. 237-246.

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Environmental issues are becoming a commodity in the political sphere, both at the local, and national as well as international level. Green politics is now the most closely related to environmental problems, as is the case in developing countries such as Indonesia currently experiencing a massive expansion of oil palm trees whose owners are companies - large companies both national and foreign. Palm oil is one of the most consumed oil in the world with low price and stable are used for a variety of foods, cosmetics, hygiene products, and a source of biodiesel. The world's palm oil production is dominated by Indonesia which generates around 85-90% of total world palm oil production. The most important thing is that the fulfillment of palm oil production is the obligation of the government. Of palm oil export, Indonesia’s production of palm oil should meet standard quality of RSPO and ISPO in order to decrease environmentally bad impacts. In addition, this study is expected to be useful for policy recommendation related to the palm oil industry as well as reference for the palm oil industry shareholders in Indonesia Keywords: Palm Oil Industry, Environment

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Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik > Hubungan Internasional 2017
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Date Deposited: 03 Aug 2017 08:01
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