Who’s been naughty and who’s been nice? For mega corporation Procter & Gamble (makers of Charmin toilet paper), the verdict is already in.
Charmin is still making toilet paper from critical reindeer habitat in the carbon-rich boreal forest.
Send a virtual lump of coal to Procter & Gamble's CEO David Taylor. Let him know that Procter & Gamble is on the naughty list, because nice people don’t destroy forests to make toilet paper.
Procter & Gamble's CEO David Taylor thinks that pulping an old tree in the Canadian boreal and planting a sapling in California is an acceptable tradeoff for our climate and the endangered caribou who only live in the boreal.
Ask Charmin to turn things around in 2020 and ensure its bottom-wiping bottom line doesn’t come at the cost of vital forests.
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