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Each month, we combine satellite imagery with supply chain data to determine the global agribusinesses responsible for new cases of deforestation driven by the palm oil, soy, and cattle industries. We recently launched a program for West African cocoa as well. Then we move quickly to hold those companies accountable and ensure they enforce their environmental policies before more damage is done.
reduction in deforestation for palm oil
of deforestation in the Amazon and Cerrado driven by beef and soy production
of forest loss in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana attributable to cocoa farming
Although deforestation for palm oil has decreased significantly, companies must continue to be held accountablePalm Oil Reports
Beef is the top driver of deforestation globally, and soybeans used for animal feed production for chicken and pork comes in second.Read our Latest Report
West Africa produces three-quarters of the world’s cocoa, with Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana being the largest producers. These two countries have lost most of their forest cover in the past 60 years – around 94% and 80% respectively.Cocoa Accountability