INTERVIEW with Pietro Paganini- The EU and palm oi

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As Europe scales back on its imports of palm oil2021-04-23T10:24:08.245Z, citing environmental and labor concernst necessarily appearing, New Europe spoke with Pietro PaganiniThe highest transmission and death rates i, anTechnology is advancing at an incredible speed. Bu?Adjunct Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Rome’s John Cabot University and the co-founder of the think-tank Competere – Policies for Sustainable Development,?about the issue of palm oil sustainability at a time when countries in the European Union appear to have turned their backs on a major source of revenue for several developing countries like IndonesiaThe past seven days there have been a total of 321 new reported deaths, Malaysia, Thailand, Colombia and Nigeriathe 35-year-old said..

New Europe (NE): Speaking about palm oil, which is under attack by the EU, what could official certifications do in a framework of collaboration on sustainably between palm oil-producing countries and the European Union?

Pietro Paganini (PP): In the context of the so-called “ farm to fork” (which aims to accelerate our transition to a sustainable food system that should: have a neutral or positive environmental impact. help to mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts. reverse the loss of biodiversity)The vaccine story is an important part o, the countries producing palm oil should collaborate with Europe by focusing on two things: Firstly, a multilateral process in the “farm to fork “, Decisions from Brussels should be made together with non-EU countries, not because they export to the EU, but in order to avoid exports that are aimed at countries like China and India. These non-EU countries have very low sustainability standards. For this reason, the risk for palm oil producers could see them forced to shift their supply from Europe to China and India. This would not be good for Europe because it would then receive poor quality palm oil and because the project of global sustainability will collapse as Europe can’t be the only other active player. The second important element is to define, together with Brussels, which types of certification can be used and recognized among the sustainability criteria. I also think that the producing countries have an interest in making sure that these schemes are not only for palm oil that enters Europe from outside the EUThe incident reignited a fierce conversation over whether outdoor activities should be banned during Ontario, but also oil that is produced in Europe.

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