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AgroAmerica, for the Third Consecutive Year, Ranks in the Top Ten of SPOTT’s ESG Ranking

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Thursday, November 24, 2022

The results were published by the renowned Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit SPOTT- www.spott.org

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  • The results were published by the renowned Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit SPOTT- www.spott.org
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    AgroAmerica is a world-class agro-industrial corporation dedicated to providing worldwide customers with sustainable, quality food of highest international standards.
  • "Through the SPOTT assessment, we demonstrate our commitment to purpose-driven and effective ESG management for the benefit of our stakeholders and the planet.
  • The diligence and dedication of our employees have allowed us to achieve great results.

69% average decline in wildlife populations since 1970, says new WWF report

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Thursday, October 13, 2022

Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean have fared worst, with an average decline of 94%.

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  • Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean have fared worst, with an average decline of 94%.
  • These plunges in wildlife populations can have dire consequences for our health and economies, says Rebecca Shaw, global chief scientist of WWF.
  • When wildlife populations decline to this degree, it means dramatic changes are impacting their habitats and the food and water they rely on.
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    The 2022 global Living Planet Index (LPI) shows an average 69% decline in monitored vertebrate wildlife populations.

WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals a devastating 69% drop in wildlife populations on average in less than a lifetime

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Thursday, October 13, 2022

Toronto, Oct. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Monitored wildlife populations mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have seen a devastating 69 per cent drop on average since 1970 according to WWFs Living Planet Report (LPR) 2022.

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  • Toronto, Oct. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Monitored wildlife populations mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have seen a devastating 69 per cent drop on average since 1970 according to WWFs Living Planet Report (LPR) 2022.
  • In fact, the Living Planet Report Canada 2020 showed that species of global conservation concern assessed as threatened on the IUCN Red List declined in Canada by 42%, on average, from 19702016.
  • The biggest declines globally were seen in monitored freshwater populations, which have fallen by an average of 83 per cent.
  • Habitat loss and barriers to migration routes are responsible for about half of the threats to monitored migratory fish species.

AgroAmerica Ranks Among World’s Top 5 Most Sustainable Companies and Reaches 92% of PRI Expectations Score

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Saturday, May 21, 2022

The SPOTT platform promotes the transparency of companies by disclosing their policies, practices, and commitments related to ESG issues.

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  • The SPOTT platform promotes the transparency of companies by disclosing their policies, practices, and commitments related to ESG issues.
  • Investors can use this to assess companies against the expectations set out in the Investor Expectation Statement on Sustainable Palm Oil.
  • AgroAmerica is and will continue to be an agent of change for the regeneration and restoration of our planet and the well-being of its people.
  • SPOTT Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit is a free, online platform supporting sustainable commodity production and trade.

R.E.A. Holdings plc: Trading update

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Thursday, January 27, 2022

High levels of rainfall not only inhibit evacuation of FFB but also delay road upkeep programmes thereby exacerbating evacuation problems.

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  • High levels of rainfall not only inhibit evacuation of FFB but also delay road upkeep programmes thereby exacerbating evacuation problems.
  • The average selling price for the group's CPKO, on the same basis, was $1,157 per tonne (2020: $615 per tonne).
  • The group's vaccination programme accelerated through the year, with over 12,000 doses administered to employees and their families during 2021.
  • The group will aim to enhance returns from the agricultural operations by the resumption of extension planting and increased operational efficiency.