Peran RSPO dan ISPO Pada Keberlanjutan Industri Minyak Kelapa Sawit di Indonesia: Studi Kasus Indofood

Noy Gemma Frieda Erina

Abstract


This article conceptualizes the role of the RSPO and ISO on sustainability issues in the palm oil industry in Indonesia. The increasing global demand for palm oil has raised concerns regarding the sustainability of production, especially in Indonesia as its largest producer. Sustainability challenges drive the need for sustainable palm oil farming practices and certifications such as RSPO and ISPO. The Indofood case is a critical issue in Indonesia, although certification measures have been taken, in practice there are still obstacles in monitoring, law enforcement, human rights and the environment. Therefore, an in-depth evaluation of the core issues in the palm oil industry and the role and improvement of RSPO and ISPO certification is needed. A concerted effort by governments, producers and third parties are needed to strengthen monitoring, law enforcement, and focus on human rights and the environment. The government has a crucial role in shaping the foundation of sustainability through regulation and financial support. With stakeholder synergy, the industry can be a driver of equitable sustainable development in the future.


Keywords


Certification; ISPO; palm oil; RSPO; sustainability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.28926/briliant.v9i2.1814

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