All of our key material topics affect both our internal and external stakeholders to varying degrees. The IndoAgri Board is an ‘Interest Group’ with relevance to all material topics.
Some impacts will be in the past, and our work is to identify the modern day risk and mitigate it, for example deforestation. Some impacts will be quantifiably uncertain, but a precautionary approach is adopted to mitigate the risk, for example child labour.
To manage and improve performance under the ten material topics identified, our sustainability Programmes seek to embed sustainability in our operations and our supply chains. For each material topic we have set targets. Management and performance are guided by our sustainability policies and commitments.
|Material Topics relevant to IFAR Palm Oil operations||Where Impacts Occur (impacts can be positive or negative)||Involvement with impacts (caused, contributed, or directly linked)||Interest Groups (IndoAgri Board plus...)|
|A. Deforestation and land management (including peatland, fire control)||Growers in Indonesia: nucleus, plasma, ex-plasma, independent / third party||caused (in the past) contributed to directly linked with||International NGOs & governments, local communities|
|B. Environmental impacts and compliance||Plantations, mills, refineries (IFAR and third parties); IFAR transport, distribution.||directly linked with||Communities living in/around IFAR estates, local government and NGOs|
|C. Governance (transparency, integrity, anti-corruption, risk)||All IFAR-owned operations||directly linked with||Investors and NGOs|
|D. Land rights including scarce land resources||Growers in Indonesia: nucleus, plasma, ex-plasma, independent / third party||caused (in the past) contributed to directly linked with||Local community; government and NGOs|
|E. Occupational health and safety||IFAR-owned plantations, seed stations, mills, refineries, transport, distribution||directly linked with||Employees of all types, local labour organisations and government|
|F. Smallholder engagement and livelihoods||Small-scale growers in Indonesia: nucleus, plasma, ex-plasma, independent / third party||caused contributed to directly linked with||Smallholders, NGOs and local government|
|G. Product traceability and sustainable sourcing||Plantations, mills, refineries (IFAR and third parties)||directly linked with||Suppliers, customers, consumers, ISPO, accreditors, auditors|
|H. Product quality and safety||Mills, refineries (IFAR and third parties); distribution channels||caused contributed to directly linked with||Suppliers and consumers|
|I. Yield maximisation including innovation||Growers in Indonesia: nucleus, plasma, ex-plasma, independent / third party||caused contributed to directly linked with||Investors, NGOs and government|
|J. Human rights||Plantations, mills, refineries (IFAR and third parties); IFAR transport, distribution||caused contributed to directly linked with||NGOs and government|