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How the palm oil industry is transitioning to net-zero

Palm oil is often associated with deforestation. But if produced sustainably, it could meet the global demand for vegetable oil. Image: Unsplash/Nazarizal Mohammad

Hong Wai Onn

Chartered Chemical Engineer, Author

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Palm oil tops the list of oil crops for yield, requiring just under one-eighth as much land as soy to produce the same quantity of oil. Image: European Palm Oil Alliance

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