Our operations do not only deliver economic opportunities to the local communities but also provide a place of refuge for wildlife. Many of our estates are haven for a diverse of species, thriving from the abundance of food in the lands and security from natural predators.
One example is our Sutera Estate in Sabah, where recent survey has documented a total of 52 different bird species making the land their habitat for survival. The most abundant species – such as Oriental Magpie Robin and White-breasted Waterhen – can be found in both mature oil palm and newly planted areas in Sutera Estate.
Different estates offer different opportunities for our rich biodiversity. One thing that remains the same is our action towards preserving nature for our future generations.
As a plantation company that adheres to the principles of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), we continue to find new ways and methods to better understand and coexist with nature.