Charmin is still making toilet paper from critical caribou habitat in the carbon-rich boreal forest.
Charmin’s parent company, Procter & Gamble, is refusing to embrace the science on caribou habitat or even consider using recycled fiber in its toilet paper.
P&G CEO David Taylor thinks that pulping a big ol' tree in the Canadian boreal and planting young 'un in California is an acceptable tradeoff for our climate and the endangered caribou who only live in the boreal.
From the boreal to the Amazon, forests are burning and people are taking to the streets to demand a climate-safe future.
We cannot allow our future to be literally flushed away. Write a letter to Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor and demand that Charmin stops sourcing from critical caribou habitat.
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