International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference (IPOSC) 2012 – Download Presentation


DAY 1
SESSION 1: GLOBAL PALM OIL SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES

 

 

Plenary Paper :
Sustainability, Fair Play and Free Trade in the Modern World, Partnerships for the Development of Sustainability in Malaysia’s Palm Oil Sector

by Prof. Dr. Meine Pieter van Dijk,
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands

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Key Sustainability Challenges and Opportunities in the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry

by Mr. Joseph Tek Choon Yee,
IJM Plantations Berhad, Malaysia
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The Potential of the Palm Oil Industry in Para, Brazil

by Mr. Raphael Vale,
Para’ State, Brazil
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SESSION 2: SUSTAINABILITY INNOVATIONS ACROSS THE MALAYSIAN PALM OIL SUPPLY CHAIN
   

 


The Future of Oil Palm Clones in Malaysia

by Dr. Soh Aik Chin,
Crops For The Future Research Centre/AAR-UNMC Biotechnology Research Centre,
Malaysia
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Non CO2 Greenhouse Gas Sources from Managed and Natural Soils – Fluxes and Mitigation

by Dr. Ute Skiba,
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, United Kingdom
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Managing Marginal Soils for Sustainable Growth of Oil Palms in the Tropics

by Dr. S. Paramananthan,
Param Agricultural Soil Surveys (M) Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia

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SESSION 3: CONSERVATION AND OIL PALM – NO LONGER STRANGE BEDFELLOWS?

 

 


Maintaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function in the Oil Palm Landscapes of South East Asia


by Dr. William A.Foster,
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Taking Account of Biodiversity and Ecological Assessment Tools

by Dr. Jake Snaddon,
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
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A Review of Smallholder Palm Oil Production: Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing
Sustainability

by Dr. Reza Azmi,
Wild Asia, Malaysia

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DAY 2
SESSION 4: INTERNATIONAL POLICIES, ILUC AND CERTIFICATION – TRADE BARRIERS OR PROMOTERS?

 

 


How Valid is the US EPA RFS2 Palm Oil NODA?

by Mr. Kurt Blase, Holland & Knight,
USA

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The Palm Oil Industry’s Contribution toward Achieving Malaysia’s 40% Reduction in Ghg Intensity of GDP

Dr. Gary Theseira,
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia
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ILUC – Risks, Remedies and Regulations: The Role of Good Governance for A Sustainable Development

Prof. Dr. habil. Uwe Lahl,
BZL Kommunikation und Projektsteuerung GmbH, Germany
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SESSION 5: SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION – MOVING ON AND MEETING THE MARKET NEEDS
   

 


Strengthening the Malaysian World Market Position for Palm Oil by Sustainability Certification

Mr. Andreas Feige,
MEO Carbon Solutions GmbH, Germany
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Managing Land As A Natural Resource with Regards to Environmental, Social and Economic Values: A Palm Oil Industry Case Study

Ms. Sarala Aikanathan,
Universiti Malaya, Malaysia
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The Development and the Implementation of ISPO

by Dr. Rosediana Suharto,
Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil Commission, Indonesia

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SESSION 6: EXPLORING POTENTIAL DOWNSTREAM AND BIOMASS APPLICATIONS: PRESENT AND FUTURE

 

 


Opportunities and Challenges in the Development of A Viable Malaysian Palm Oil Biomass Industry


by Dr. Ronald Zwart,
Dovre Group Plc, The Netherlands

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2nd Generation Hydrocarbon Fuels from Oil Palm By-products

by Dr. Anjan Ray,
UOP India Pvt. Ltd., a Honeywell Company, India
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A Comparison of the Energy Efficiency of the Palm Oil Biofuel Chain to other Biofuels

by Mr. Steven Gust,
Neste Oil Corporation, Finland

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Sustainability Challenges of the Palm Oil Industry: Where Next?

by Dr. Kalyana Sundram,
Malaysian Palm Oil Council

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