- an immediate end to all forest conversion to oil palm;
- recognition of the customary land rights of local people;
- reform of UK company law.
As for land rights for local people, well, yes, but be real about the way political power operates.
This scientist agrees, however, that pressure applied to big companies in consumer countries can work. It just needs to be well directed. So it may be that the third demand, timed as it is for the Company Law Reform Bill, can be more gounded.
FOE is bold here, with "every little hurts". How's about those words on banner beneath a picture like this outside your local branch of Tesco's?
But what about the rest of big consumer country oil palm demand - the other [90% or more?] in continental Europe, the US, Japan, China etc?