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Q and Eh?: The Palm Oil Industry

Qua Kiat Seng, chemical engineer | Dr Lim Teck Wyn, forestry researcher

09-Aug-19 18:00

Q and Eh?: The Palm Oil Industry

How bad is oil palm cultivation for the environment? Should kids learn about palm oil in schools? A forestry researcher and chemical engineer joins us to answer all your questions on the burning issue of the palm oil industry.

Produced by: Loo Juosie

Presented by: Kelvin Yee, Kam Raslan


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Tags:  Evening Editionpalm oildeforestationMSPOEuropean Unionland rightsConsumer Goods/ServicesEnergy, EnvironmentCulture, History, HeritageSMEMarketsEnvironmentScienceHistoryPeople and PlacesEducation


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