Indonesia is one of the world biggest producer of oil-palm, commonly used on the global market as cooking oil, base for most liquid detergents and cosmetics but also as industrial lubricant and for biofuel. The term ‘land-grabbing’ is used to refer to the global phenomenon of large-scale land transactions for commercial exploitation. This highly exploitative practice is creating increasing disparities within the Indonesian society. Alessandro Rota
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