2020 was a breakthrough year in our efforts to protect the Leuser, a fragile yet extraordinary ecosystem home to orangutans, tigers, sun bears, rhinos and elephants. Millions of people also depend on the Leuser for clean drinking water, food, and their livelihoods.
The maker of Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, Brach’s Candy, Ferrero Rocher, Nutella, and Girl Scout Cookies has fueled the destruction of one part of the world to profit off another! This Valentine’s Day, tell Ferrero we’ve had ENOUGH of its sweet nothings! 💔
We need to move forward for racial justice, move forward to keep forests standing, and move forward to halt climate catastrophe. Of course, we can’t simply forget the past four…
You did it! We pressured Nestlé to own up to its impacts on forests and communities! Now candymakers Mars, Mondelēz, and Ferrero MUST step up and follow suit!
Procter & Gamble is linked to rights abuses, deforestation, and climate change: P&G this doesn’t look good! Here are 3 ways P&G is falling short and 1 thing you can do about it.
Yay for World Rhino Day and a HUGE WIN for endangered Sumatran rhinos. A coalition—including major palm oil companies—has announced a NEW rhino sanctuary & breeding centre in Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem! Thanks to YOU!
Royal Golden Eagle Group Links Global Brands and Financiers to Deforestation In the Leuser Ecosystem
Colgate-Palmolive, Nestlé, Mondelēz, Unilever, and financiers exposed for links to deforestation in the Leuser Ecosystem.
People power has the potential to create monumental change– and this has never been more evident than now. Understanding how to organize safely during the recent crises has resulted in some of the most creative and collaborative movement building we’ve seen in recent times.
Brands and banks are responsible for driving the destruction of rainforests, the violation of human rights, our worsening climate crisis, and the extinction of entire species — all to make a quick profit from commodities like palm oil, soy, cocoa, pulp and paper, beef, and timber We must hold them to account and put an end to the devastation.
Some of the brands and products on our grocery store shelves are directly tied to rainforest destruction. The corporations making a profit from commodities like palm oil, pulp and paper, soy, cocoa, timber, and meat are causing deforestation around the world.