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Module 1 - Agricultural Commodities and Sustainability Certification:
Integrating Sustainability and Reducing Climate Change Impacts in Palm Oil's Supply Chain - Sime Darby Plantation's Perspective
Mr. Rashyid Redza Anwarudin
Rashyid has over 19 years of experience in corporate and advisory roles within multiple industries. He is currently part of the Sustainability team at Sime Darby Plantation Berhad, the largest producer of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) globally. Prior to joining Sime Darby, he spent 15 years in corporate advisory roles around strtaegy, sustainability, corporate responsibility, programme management and change management across multiple industries. This include plantation, forestry, property, telecommunications, automotive, oil & gas and public sectors. He was part of the regional leadership team for the Sustainability and Climate Change service line of the PwC South East Asia Consulting practice. Rashyid has spoken previously at various public forums internationally covering areas such as Human Rights, Social Performance, Climate Change, Deforestation, Sustainable Supply Chains, Responsible Finance, Smallholders and Transparency & Disclosures.
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Palm oil is undeniably the world’s most widely used edible oil. It is ubiquitous, versatile and has become essential. Palm oil trade has increased exponentially in recent decades and the global debate on the sustainability of the crop has continued to evolve. This holds especially true for Malaysia and Indonesia, the world’s largest producers of palm oil, with a combined contribution of nearly 85% to global production.

As a major industry player and having been in business for over 100 years, Sime Darby Plantation is no stranger to these challenges. Our corporate footprint is large – we have a presence in 16 countries and manage over 583,000 hectares of planted areas in Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. While our business has created positive impact and livelihoods for people in the region and beyond, we are mindful of issues faced and believe that we can be a part of the solution.
This paper presents Sime Darby Plantation’s perspective on sustainability which we believe should be pursued in a way that adds value to any organisation, through initiatives encompassing the people, planet and prosperity pillars.

The following key themes will be discussed in this paper:
- Environmental Performance, which includes Deforestation, Peatland Management, Biodiversity and Conservation, Fire and Haze, Carbon Management and Climate Change Resilience
- Supply Chain Sustainability, which includes Transparency and Traceability within the sector’s extended and complex supply chains, and empowerment of smallholders and their roles within the sector

This paper also discusses our efforts to go above and beyond of what is required of us and our aspirations to move the needle in raising the industry standards, in collaboration with all stakeholders.
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