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Caught Red-Handed: How Nestlé's Use of Palm Oil is Having a Devastating Impact on Rainforest, The Climate and Orang-utans

BTW - the CEO of Nestle, Peter Brabeck believes that ALL water should be privately owned. He is on record saying that nobody has a "human right" to water. (He is a major political "contributor" in this country.)

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The rainforests are the lungs of the earth. Trees provide a carbon sink for 20% of the world's carbon. With increased deforestation, CO2 levels increase. redd-monitor.org

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Fires could turn Amazon rainforest into a desert as human activity and climate change threaten ‘lungs of the world’, says study

SOS: save the Amazon (quote) The Disappearing Rainforests We are losing Earth's greatest biological treasures just as we are beginning to appreciate their true value. Rainforests once covered of the earth's land surface; now they cover a mere and

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World Orangutan Day

I know this is not ALL accurate, because some companies HAVE MADE THE CHANGE! CHECK YOUR INGREDIENTS PEOPLE!

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Destruction of the Amazon is speeding up — just when the planet can least afford it

Destruction of the Amazon is speeding up — just when the planet can least afford it - The Washington Post - Mankind has a death wish. These rainforests are ultra important to our environment, climate, as an oxygen source, etc - we "dumb asses" are watching our future disappear!

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Julia Roberts, Harrison Ford, Kevin Spacey, Edward Norton, Penélope Cruz, Robert Redford and Ian Somerhalder all join forces to give nature a voice. Watch th...

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The Macadamia is a native rainforest tree known to the Aboriginals as Kindal Kindal. Its home is the rich volcanic soils of northern New South Wales and South East Queensland where it thrives in the warm sub-tropical climate and high annual rainfall.

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If we continue at the rate at which we are going,... — Posters For GOOD

Are you ready for the elimination of all the world's rainforests by 2060 ? / Êtes-vous prêts pour l'élimination complète des forêts tropicales du monde entier d'ici 2060 ?

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