I keep hearing about palm oil affecting orang-utans in Indonesia, so what's going on? Oil palm is an extremely high yielding and valuable crop that produces an oil and other products which are used around the world. Demands from China, Asia and Europe are particularly high, and as a result forests are being continuously torn down, meaning the wildlife has nowhere to go. Palm oil is big business, and the rights of indigenous people are often abused during the process. So what can we do to make it more sustainable?