In January 2017, Natural Habitats Group carried out an assemssemnt study to estimate the total carbon footprint of company’s commercial and operational activities and to determine the total carbon offset to achieve neutrality. The summary of the assessement is presented in the report below. The report provides the results of the calculation and evaluation of […]
At Natural Habitats Group we take our third-party certifications seriously, and we are always working to ensure our certification status is up-to-date and compliant across all operations of our company. As we believe in transparency, we regularly post our external studies and certification updates to share, and communicate the work we are doing to further the Palm Done Right movement.
Natural Habitats Sierra Leone commissioned an independent regulatory Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) (Integrated Geo-information and Environmental Management Services), High Carbon Stock (HCS) and Greenhouse Gas Assessments (GHG) (Montrose Environmental), and High Conservation Value (HCV) Assessment (Digby Wells, led by Philip Patton (ALS15041PP)), to meet the requirements of the RSPO’s New Planting Procedure (NPP). […]
In June of 2016 Extranatu carried out the study of the environmental and social impacts of the company. This study was carried out by independent consultants of the Fundación Verdeista Verde Natura in collaboration with the technical team of the company. The summary of the findings can found in the follwoing document: Public summary