Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a global non-profit organisation dedicated to conserving wildlife and protecting natural ecosystems. Our collaboration focuses on a range of conservation strategies, including establishing and managing protected areas. These protected areas provide safe havens for wildlife, preserve biodiversity, and promote sustainable land and resource management. The collaboration program also includes protecting habitats, combating wildlife trafficking, and implementing conservation plans to ensure the survival of key species.


    Earthworm Foundation, formerly known as The Forest Trust (TFT), is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting sustainability and responsible sourcing practices in various industries, especially palm oil. Engaging with Earthworm Foundation signifies a commitment to responsible and ethical practices.


    The Malaysia Nature Society (MNS) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) focused on the conservation of Malaysia’s natural heritage. We are committed and active:

    • Involvement in MNS activities, events, and workshops
    • Participate in conservation projects and field trips
    • Networking opportunities with other members and experts in the field
    • Support and involvement in MNS conservation initiatives and campaigns

    Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has a community of organisations that are actively engaged in sustainability reporting and use the GRI framework as a guide. We are committed to:

    • Stay ahead of the curve and be the first in developments regarding GRI, the GRI Standards and trends in the sustainability reporting landscape
    • Equip the organisation with practical knowledge, tools and inspiration to achieve stronger internal alignment on corporate transparency
    • Gain first-hand understanding of best sustainability reporting practices
    • Foster global innovation through collaboration and improve the quality of disclosure

    SASPO is a business initiative that brings companies together across varying sectors to tackle supply chain issues around palm oil and work towards increasing the supply and demand of certified sustainable palm oil in Singapore. SASPO, facilitated by WWF-Singapore, is a business initiative that brings companies together across varying sectors to tackle supply chain issues around palm oil and work towards increasing the supply and demand of certified sustainable palm oil. We are committed to 100% of palm oil consumed free from deforestation and conversion of natural ecosystems), and are committed to procure 100% RSPO-certified sustainable palm oil.


    UNGC, which stands for United Nations Global Compact, is a voluntary initiative that encourages businesses and organisations to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies and practices. We are committed to provide a framework for businesses to align our operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles covering human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption.


    MSPO, which stands for Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil, is a certification scheme developed by the Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council (MPOCC) to promote sustainable practices in the Malaysian palm oil industry. We are committed to demonstrate our commitment to sustainable palm oil production through MSPO certification. Compliance with MSPO certification provides several benefits, including recognition as a sustainable palm oil producer, access to market opportunities that prioritise sustainable sourcing, and the ability to use the MSPO logo on certified products. It also demonstrates our organisation’s commitment to environmental and social responsibility in the palm oil industry.


    Membership in RSPO is voluntary and open to organisations that are involved in any part of the palm oil supply chain or have an interest in promoting sustainable palm oil practices. To become a member of RSPO, we must meet certain criteria and comply with the RSPO Principles and Criteria for Sustainable Palm Oil Production. Johor Plantations Berhad joined the RSPO in 2004 under the name of its parent company, Johor Corporation. The company is committed to maintaining the certification and full compliance with RSPO Principles & Criteria.