The failure to address illegal activities is not based on apathy or fear, but simply the realization that it also needs commitment by governments, to address prevailing social inequalities, corruption, and outdated legislation.
Also, until consumers consciously prefer not to benefit from products that are cheap, and disregard their origins and production methods, the problem will not go away.
Support for certified palm oil is the most potent driver that can stop, or at least minimise illegal activity. Once the majority of mills are certified, and do not accept illegal crop, its entry into the supply chain would stop. As the volume of certified oil increases the cost of segregation becomes cheaper.
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