Palm oil puts Borneo elephants at great risk

  • By ELI
  • March 16, 2013

Experts believe many animal populations are still negatively affected by palm oil plantations.
Human demand for baked goods without artery-clogging trans fats has grown and farmers are rushing to cash in on the ever-growing market for palm oil.
Some manufacturers are working with organizations such as GreenPalm, which is a certification program.

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