NewsPreliminary results from our first HCV field campaign now available

March 7, 2018

In 2017 the Biodiversity and Environment teams headed out to Central Kalimantan to begin the first phase of an ambitious field research project to assess the ability of HCV areas in RSPO plantations to retain the quality forest needed to meet environmental sustainability criteria. The first results from this exciting project to test the impact of RSPO certification are now available. Take a look at the technical report here

The SEnSOR team will be conducting the second phase of fieldwork for this project later this year so expect more insights into RSPO impact in the coming months.