Palm oil is a highly versatile, edible oil, and also the highest yielding known vegetable oil per hectare. Because of this, Total capacity has jumped by 128% over the last decade to 58m tonnes per year, primarily in Malaysia and Indonesia, replacing large areas of natural vegetation. The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) sets out eight principles that are designed to prevent the worst aspects of palm oil cultivation, but certified sustainable palm oil only accounts for 15% of global production – too small at present to offset the sector's worst impacts. One of the criteria is better working standards, including better payment, safety and healthcare, bringing millions out of poverty. Indonesia is now developing its own sustainable palm oil label. Malaysia is set to follow shortly.