A new study finds that by 2030, less than one-third of the world’s major crop harvests will go directly to feed people.
The changing dynamic between Borneo’s pigs and Indigenous people is a powerful reminder of the fragility of the human-nature connection.
Instead of boycotting palm oil, source it from pastureland and not recently logged forests.
Indigenous Marind in West Papua consider the forest and its plants and animals as kin. These culturally valued multispecies relations, however, are being disrupted by oil palm development projects.