By the end of 2015, all palm oil in The Netherlands will be sustainable, as certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).
The Manifesto of the Task Force Sustainable Palm Oil (pdf) details principles and action plans to meet the commitment. Particularly: "The RSPO has established 8 fundamental principles and 39 criteria regarding the production of sustainable palm oil. A key criterion is that new plantations are not to replace primary forest areas, or areas required to maintain or enhance one or more High Conservation Values. The other criteria deal with respecting the rights of local inhabitants and employees and conserving the habitats of endangered animal species. Moreover, an RSPO working group has been set up that is considering the questions like how the issues of the emission of greenhouse gases and the climate should be approached within RSPO."