Notification of RSPO Initial Certification Nabire Matoa Palm Oil Mill - PT Nabire Baru subsidiary of Goodhope Asia Holdings Ltd

PT Nabire Baru has applied to Mutuagung Lestari and will conduct Initial Certification at Nabire Matoa POM and its supply based, located at Wami Village, Yaur Sub-District, Nabire District, Papua Province, Indonesia against the requirement of Indonesia National Interpretation of the RSPO Principles and Criteria for the Production of Sustainable Palm Oil 2018 (INANI 2020).

For more Information please read Notification of RSPO Initial Certification Nabire Matoa Palm Oil Mill (English)

PT Mutuagung Lestari akan melakukan penilaian terhadap PT Nabire Baru dengan ruang lingkup PKS Nabire Matoa dan kebun pemasoknya, yang berlokasi di Desa Wami, Kecamatan Yaur, Kabupaten Nabire, Provinsi Papua, Indonesia untuk memenuhi Interpretasi Nasional Indonesia terhadap Prinsip dan Kriteria RSPO untuk Produksi Minyak Sawit Berkelanjutan 2018 (INANI 2020).

Untuk keterangan lanjut, sila baca Notifikasi untuk Kegiatan Stage-2 RSPO di PKS Nabire Matoa (Bahasa)

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SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY - APR 2021 - ISSUE NO.34

April marks the start of a new fiscal year for Goodhope and is the time to set new goals and performance targets as we continue to work towards fulfilling our sustainability commitments. The results of Environmental Health and Safety monitoring programs have been presented in our Annual Management Reviews and the performance evaluation has been used to set new targets for 2021/22.

For more Information please read Sustainability Journey - Apr 2021

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GoodHope's Response to Greenpeace report on "License to clear: The Dark Side of Permitting in West Papua"

A Goodhope Subsidiary, PT Nabire Baru, was mentioned in the Greenpeace publication "License to Clear: The Dark Side of Permitting in West Papua", issued on 7th April 2021. 

For more Information please read Goodhope's Response to Greenpeace Report

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Sustainability Journey - Jan 2021 - Issue No.33

In a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, we all faced new challenges in 2020. Adapting the way in which we work, measures to help prevent COVID-19 have been adopted across our operations. Furthermore, we have been finding new solutions to ensure that the impacts of COVID-19 do not impede our efforts to uphold standards in sustainability.

For more Information please read Sustainability Journey - Jan 2021

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Sustainability Journey - Sept 2020 - Issue No.32

More than six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to do all we can to sustain our business operations by maintaining safe and healthy workplaces and ensuring that the impacts of COVID-19 do not impede our efforts to uphold standards in sustainability.

For more Information please read Sustainability Journey - Sept 2020

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