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Module 1 - Agricultural Commodities and Sustainability Certification:
Integrating Sustainability and Carbon Neutrality in Palm Oil's Supply Chain - Cargill's Perspective
Ms. Yunita Widiastuti
Apr 2013 – Present As Cargill Tropical Palm’s Head of Sustainability, her primary role is to lead and champion sustainability programs for the whole Cargill Tropical Pam locations (CTP BU has 10 subsidiaries located in South Sumatera and West Kalimantan) in its role to ultimate management system and full compliance with all sustainability certification requirements and initiatives for both existing and new development plantation. Jun 2010 - 2013 Cargill Tropical Palm, Group Program Assurance (EHS & Sustainability) Manager. The primary role is to lead the Cargill Tropical Pam Business Unit (CTP BU with 5 subsidiaries located in South Sumatera and West Kalimantan) in its role to ultimate preventing all injuries and full compliance with all environment, health, safety and sustainability requirements Jun 2008 – Jun 2010 PT. Hindoli, Program Assurance Manager. Mar 2005 - 2008 PT. Hindoli, Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator. Feb 2003 – Mar 2005 PT. Hindoli, Mill EHS/Quality Assurance Supervisor. Jun 2000 – Feb 2003 PT. Hindoli, Laboratory Supervisor. Mar 1998 – Jun 2000 PT. Hindoli, Laboratory Technician.
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With a global footprint and presence in major food and agricultural supply chains around the globe, Cargill is committed to protecting the earth’s vital natural resources and reducing its environmental impact.

This presentation will look at Cargill Tropical Palm (CTP) and its efforts in achieving sustainability and carbon neutrality across the entire supply chain, and how these efforts have been impacted in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The presentation will also describe CTP’s sustainability efforts across several fronts, namely; climate change; land use, farmer prosperity; food waste; and water resources, with, and detail the progress and indicators in each field.

Through deliberate, measured steps, CTP is building a responsible palm oil supply chain but we recognize we first need to restore trust in the sustainability of palm oil. Transparency of CTP’s actions will be fundamental to restoring this trust.

Through this presentation, we will describe how reaching our goal will require us to tackle issues at scale. We discuss the steps taken over the past decade to improve the sustainability of the palm oil industry, as well as the lessons learnt along the way.

Fundamentally, Cargill exists to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. We connect those who grow food to those who consume it. As we do so, we are deeply focused on our essential work of nourishing the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way.
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