International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference (IPOSC) 2018

The 5th International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference 2018 (IPOSC 2018) highlights the sustainability efforts and progress of the Malaysian palm oil industry.

IPOSC 2018 is organised as a targeted platform to update the palm oil industry stakeholders on current and emerging sustainability developments in the industry. IPOSC 2018’s focus will be on:

  • Palm oil, agriculture and potential impacts on environment and climate change
  • Progress and challenges of MSPO certification
  • Wildlife conservation and deforestation

 

Event Programme

PLENARY SESSION
Plenary Paper :
Forests and Agriculture: Land Use Challenges and Opportunities – the Palm Oil Perspective

download_pdf Dr. Eva Muller,
Director,
Forestry Policy and Resources Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UN FAO), Italy

Session 1: Palm Oil – Agricultural Commodity and Sustainable Development Catalyst
Paper 1 :
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Palm Oil Sector – a Sime Darby Perspective

download_pdf Dr. Simon Lord,
Chief Sustainability Officer,
Sime Darby Plantation Berhad, Malaysia

Paper 2 :
Renewable Energy Directive Post-2020, With a Reference to Palm Oil

download_pdf Simo Honkanen, SVP Sustainability & Public Affairs,
Neste, Finland
Paper 3 :
The Sustainable Palm Oil Journey in Africa

download_pdf Audrey Lee,
Sustainablity General Manager,
Olam International Ltd, Singapore

Session 2: MSPO Forum – How Far Are We?
Paper 1 :
The Dynamics for Mandatory Scheme to be Successfully Implemented

download_pdf Dr. Sanath Kumaran,
Acting CEO,
Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council (MPOCC)

Paper 2 :
Cooperation Between Smallholder Groups and the Industry To Build an Efficient Mechanism for Certification

download_pdf Dr. Ainie Hj. Kuntom,
Senior Research Fellow,
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)

Paper 4 :
Roles of NGOs as a Catalyst to Build a Sustainable Malaysian Palm Oil Sector

download_pdf Nithi Nesadurai,
Malaysian Environmental NGOs (MENGO)

Paper 5 :
Strengthening MSPO Principles and Criteria and Benchmarking Against ISCC Sustainability Requirements

download_pdf Andreas Feige, Managing Director,
Meo Carbon Solutions GmbH, Germany

Session 3: Palm Oil Sustainability Certification – Diverging or Consolidating?
Paper 1 :
High-risk vs Low-risk ILUC Biofuel Feedstocks – Where Does Oil Palm Fit In?

download_pdf Prof. Gernot Klepper,
Senior Researcher,
Kiel Institute (IfW), Germany
Paper 2 :
Views on ILUC to Determine Biofuel Sustainability Using Palm Oil and Rapeseed as Examples

download_pdf Datuk Dr. Kalyana Sundram,
CEO,
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
Paper 3 :
CSPO Opportunities and Challenges in Europe

download_pdf Andreas Feige,
Managing Director,
ISCC System GmbH, Germany
Paper 5 :
HCV – National Interpretation

download_pdf Surin Suksuwan,
Regional Director,
Proforest Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
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