International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference (IPOSC) 2014 – Download Presentation

MPOC will be organizing the 4th International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference 2014 (IPOSC 2014) on 19-20 August 2014 in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. This conference would be the perfect opportunity to showcase the latest developments and technologies related to the sustainable development of the palm oil industry. It would focus on current issues including wildlife conservation, deforestation, Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC), biomass potential and international sustainability policies and certification. We hope that you will be able to participate at IPOSC 2014 to learn more about these sustainability challenges and opportunities.

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CONFERENCE DAY 1
IPOSC PLENARY PAPER
Managing The Sustainable Use of Tropical Peatlands in Developing Countries

Download Paper Prof. Dr. Hans Joosten
University of Greifswald, Germany
 

SESSION 1 : Palm Oil Sustainability Policies, Challenges and Views
IPOSC PAPER 1
Sustainable Future of Malaysian Plantation Industry – Policy Driven Targets

Download Paper Datuk M. Nagarajan
Deputy Secretary-General I, Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC), Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 2
Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification : Current Status

Download Paper Dr. Ainie Kuntom
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 3
How NGOs Currently View Global Palm Oil Production

Download Paper Mr. Scott Poynton
Executive Director, The Forest Trust (TFT), USA
 

IPOSC PAPER 4
Malaysian Palm Oil: Managing Sustainability Challenges in the Marketplace

Download Paper Tan Sri Datuk Dr. Yusof Basiron
CEO, Malaysian Palm Oil Council
 

SESSION 2 : Industry Drivers of Sustainable and Responsible Palm Oil
IPOSC PAPER 5
Sustainable and Responsible Production of Malaysian Palm Oil – Sime Darby’s Perspective

Download Paper Mr. Tang Men Kon
Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 6
Sustainable and Responsible Production of Malaysian Palm Oil – from the Perspective of Sawit Kinabalu

Download Paper Mr. Clarence Peter Jupili
Sawit Kinabalu Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 7
Sustainable and Responsible Production of Malaysian Palm Oil

Download Paper Mr. Simon Siburat
Wilmar International Limited, Singapore
 

IPOSC PAPER 8
Carbon Stocks Estimates of Malaysian Forests and Oil Palm Plantations

Download Paper Dr. Ismail bin Harun
Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 9
Malaysia Palm Oil’s Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) incorporating Methane Capture by 2020

Download Paper Dr. Vijaya Subramaniam
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), Malaysia
 

CONFERENCE DAY 2
SESSION 3 : Global Food Security and Agricultural Sustainability Challenges
IPOSC PAPER 10
Choices in Food Security

Download Paper Mr. Bruce Blakeman
Cargill, Singapore
 

IPOSC PAPER 11
Sustainability Status of Malaysian Palm Oil in 2014

Download Paper Dr. Ahmad Ibrahim
Akademi Sains Malaysia (ASM), Malaysia
 

IPOSC PAPER 12
Malaysian Oil Palm Carbon Stocks – Estimates and Modelling

Download Paper Dr. Barrie May
TreeMod, Australia
 

IPOSC PAPER 13
Emergence of Zoonotic Diseases and the Link to Land Use Change

Download Paper Dr. Tom Hughes
Ecohealth Alliance, USA
 

IPOSC PAPER 14
Progress in Estimates of ILUC with MIRAGE Model

Download Paper Dr. David Laborde Debucquet
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), USA
 

IPOSC PAPER 15
Carbon Stocks Estimates of Malaysian Palm Oil Plantations

Download Paper Dr Kho Lip Khoon
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), Malaysia

SESSION 4 : Conservation as a Sustainability Tool
IPOSC PAPER 16
Overview of Conservation Roadmap in Malaysia

Download Paper Dr. Senthilvel Nathan, Datuk Dr. Laurentius Ambu
Sabah Wildlife Department, Malaysia

IPOSC PAPER 17
How NGOs Currently View Global Palm Oil Production

Download Paper Dr. Reza Azmi
Wild Asia, Malaysia

IPOSC PAPER 18
How Much Involved is the Palm Oil Industry in Conservation Efforts?

Download Paper Dr. Kalyana Sundram
Director, Science & Environment, Malaysian Palm Oil Council, MPOC


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