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Palm Oil Governance and Distribution

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Presented by Desriko Malayu Putra, Senior Policy Coordinator, Sustainable District Association (LTKL) at Palm oil and Environmental Sustainability: Facing Food, Climate and Energy Crises, on 30 August 2022

Presented by Desriko Malayu Putra, Senior Policy Coordinator, Sustainable District Association (LTKL) at Palm oil and Environmental Sustainability: Facing Food, Climate and Energy Crises, on 30 August 2022

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Palm Oil Governance and Distribution

  1. 1. Problem Statement: 1. Market Traps: Cooking Oil Vs Biofuel. 2. One Source: absence of separation. 3. Market Pressure: Sustainability Policies. 4. Overproduction: palm oil plantation area (inc. expansion) and market demand. 5. CPO Fund: energy-oriented and weak in supporting the governance of oil palm plantations (smallholders). Enabling Condition: 1. Jurisdiction approach for sustainable palm oil policies dan practices: mandatory and voluntary: LTKL, RSPO, Terpercaya, etc. 2. Commitment buyer and multistakeholders forum to ensure the sustainable Palm oil value chain on district level: MSF on LTKL District members: PUKL, PUPL, SMB, Siak Hijau, Sekretariat Bersama, etc 3. Allocation CPO Fund (Tax-DBH) to accelerate of palm oil governance on district level: RAD KSB, etc 4. Market contribute for strengthening and supporting 5. Separate sources for food and energy with sustainable on value chain. Desriko Malayu Putra | Senior Policy Coordinator High Level Policy Dialogue: Palm Oil and Environment Sustainability Facing Food, Climate and Energy Crisis, Jakarta on August 30th, 2022 Palm Oil Governance and Distribution Subsidy: 7 Trillion (2022)* Incentive: 51 Trillion (2021)* * the number must be confirmed with government data official Replanting: 5 Trillion (2021)*

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