Impact of Oil Palm Plantation on Physical and Chemical Environment, Biodiversity and Local Socio-Economic

 

The area of oil palm plantations has increased threefold which makes Indonesia as the world’s largest producer of palm oil. With an area of no less than 11.6 million hectares, oil palm plantations have given various positive impacts, such as generating national income of 220 trillion IDR / year, alleviating rural poverty, providing the job for 21.49 million people, and other multiplier positive effects. Therefore, Faculty of Forestry of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) will host the International Conference on Impact of Oil Palm Plantation on Physical and Chemical Environment, Biodiversity and Local Socio-Economic to find answer and solutions to the controversies on oil palm plantations.

The International Conference on Oil Palm is calling for students, researchers, experts and people to submit their abstract and to present their ideas for tackling problems in oil palm industries. Take notes of the deadlines!

Deadline for abstract submission: September 14th, 2018
Abstract acceptance notification: September 21st, 2018
Deadline for full paper submission: October 5th, 2018
Deadline for conference registration: October 12th, 2018
Conference date: October 23rd, 2018

Further information can be accessed on http://conference.pusakakalam.com
Registration form can be accessed on http://bit.ly/IOPP2018
Contact person: Reni Anggraeni (+62 856 2467 5204)

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