Stranded assets in palm oil production: a case study of Indonesia

A Morel, Rachel Friedman, Daniel J Tulloch, Ben Caldecott

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

We identify and assess the environment-related risks facing financial, human, natural, physical, and social assets along the Indonesia palm oil value chain. This working paper also assesses the extent to which these risks are currently being addressed and reviews current ESG initiatives related to the Indonesian palm oil value chain and whether these are a suitable response. Finally, we look at the companies involved in the Indonesian oil palm oil value chain and examine the extent to which they are addressing these issues.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherSmith School of Enterprise and the Environment
Number of pages83
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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