Terraced Palm Oil Fields at Sindora Plantation, Malaysia, Southeast Asia. Terraced hills are full of newly planted palm trees where old trees had been cut down at the end of their fruit producing lives. Terracing helps to limit erosion. The old trees were not burned but left on the land to decompose. The Sindora Palm Oil Plantation, owned by Kulim, is green certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) for its environmental, economic, and socially sustainable practices. Johor Bahru,
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