This 2017 Dutch Friends of Earth film is about a monkey in a rain forest; and how a palm oil corporation destroys its life.
Translated from Dutch daily Trouw, 2 July 2018:
Dutch banks finance abuses in the palm oil sector
Over the past eight years, the banks have been linked to 118 cases of wrongdoing on palm oil plantations of fourteen producers. With their money, tropical rainforest is cut down and land is stolen from local communities. That is in a black book that the environmental organization is publishing today.
The Draw the Line report in English: here.
This 29 June 2018 Dutch Friends of the Earth video is about how Dutch banks invest savings of Dutch people in destructive palm oil business.