Palm oil price change could save tigers, other species

15 junio 2015

Palm oil is widely used in food and cosmetics. But the conversion of forests to oil palm plantations has devastated many species, including tigers and elephants. A new study shows willingness among consumers to pay higher supermarket prices for palm oil made by companies that help to protect endangered species.
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