What was not public, now is!

5 Jan

SG Sustainable Oils in Cameroon (SGSOC) has signed up to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Principles and the Equator Principles to attract international investors to their palm oil project. 

RSPO requires companies to conduct numerous studies to ensure compliance with their social/environmental guidelines. 

Below we have the pleasure to share three impact assessments completed by SGSOC.  None of these documents were ever made public by SGSOC or its parent company…

What exactly are they trying to hide? Forced displacement, high conservation value forest destruction, endangered species impacted?

SG Fauna and Flora EIA

SG Flora Survey

SG High Conservation Value Assessment

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