The Rapid Response monitoring system allows Mighty Earth, with our partners Aidenvironment and MapHubs, to identify and document emerging and ongoing cases of companies engaged in deforestation and peat development for palm oil, soy and cattle.

Rapid Response reports highlighting these cases are filed as grievances with the companies that control the majority of the global trade in palm oil, who have made commitments to “No Deforestation, No Peat, and No Exploitation” (NDPE) in their supply chains. These companies are expected to intervene immediately with those suppliers involved in deforestation and peat development to stop it. 

To learn more about how Mighty Earth’s Rapid Response monitoring system works from the experts, tune in to our webinar

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Performance as of March 8, 2019; click on company logo for more details on grievances.

Links to traders’ grievance logs and information here.

Updates

Rapid Response Monitoring System Webinar


Following the public launch of Mighty Earth’s Rapid Response Monitoring System, Mighty Earth hosted a webinar detailing how the new system works and our long-term plans for the project. The webinar was presented by Glenn Hurowitz, CEO, Mighty Earth; Deborah Lapidus, Southeast Asia Director, Mighty Earth; and Leo Bottrill, Founder & CEO, Maphubs.

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Mighty Earth Announces “Rapid Response” System to Monitor Deforestation Linked to Agricultural Supply Chains


Mighty Earth publicly launched its Rapid Response monitoring system aimed at eliminating deforestation linked to the palm oil, soy, rubber, cocoa, paper, and cattle industries.

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