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Update On Sustainable Palm Oil Association

Update On Sustainable Palm Oil Association

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is a global multi-stakeholder initiative on sustainable palm oil that was formally established under Article 60 of the Swiss Civil Code on 8 April 2004.

The not-for-profit Association will have members representing major players along the palm oil supply chain. The RSPO is a unique platform for pragmatic co-operation to contribute to the expansion of sustainably produced palm oil and its uses.

RSPO welcomes its 100th Ordinary Member

Kuala Lumpur, 2 June 2006 – The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) officially welcomed its 100th Ordinary Member, Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, on 22 May 2006. Since its formal inception in April 2004, the total membership of RSPO (including Affiliate Members) has grown steadily and now stands at more than 140 organizations and individuals committed to making sustainable palm oil a reality...

Download the complete P&C guidance (PDF/16kb): http://www.sustainable-palmoil.org/PDF/Press/RSPO%20media%20statement%20on%20100th%20Ordinary%20Member%20(2%20June%202006).pdf

RSPO seeks applicants for the post of Indonesia Liaison Officer
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) invites applications for the post of RSPO Indonesia Liaison Officer, based in Jakarta, Malaysia. The satellite office in Indonesia and the RSPO Indonesia Liaison Officer will be responsible to support the RSPO secretariat in Kuala Lumpur and promote the overall objectives of the RSPO in Indonesia.

Our deadline for applications is 23 June 2006.

Download advertisement for the post of RSPO Indonesia Liaison Officer (PDF/25kb): http://www.sustainable-palmoil.org/PDF/Main%20page/Advertisement%20for%20RSPO%20vacancy%20(Indonesia).pdf

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