According to the RSPO’s complaints panel, Plantaciones de Pucallpa is failing to respect customary land rights and clearing primary forest.
Until 2015 were lost 158.658 hectares of forest in Peru, according to the map of deforestation of Global Land Analysis & Discovery alert system.
For 11 days, people from Ucayali protested against the rise of electronic fees and the prices of drinking water, gas and telephone.
Peruvian television program broadcast a report on illegal logging in the Ucayali region, showing the allegedly illegal timber transport by boats and trucks.
The cultivation of oil palm in the Ucayali region, in Peru, causes devastation of primary forests, changing the face of the Amazon to agricultural land without authorization.
Ucayali, in Peru, is the second region of the country with the highest rate of deforestation accumulated, reaching almost 700 000 hectares.
In 2013, a report of the Peruvian Society for Ecological Development warned that the company Plantations Ucayali SAC there was deforested thousands of hectares of forest illegally in the Peruvian Amazon.
Oil palm plantations on a large scale started in 2011 near the town of Nueva Requena, Ucayali region, today cover almost 12,200 hectares.
Dennis Melka is identified as financier of a network of 25 companies that have purchased hundreds of properties in the Peruvian Amazon, according to the report by the Environmental Investigation Agency organization.
In Peru, the Ucayali Court ordered the immediate suspension of contaminants, extractive and predatory activities that a company makes in Nueva Requena and Curimana.