Vote for protecting the Boreal forests from Charmin

Charmin Destroys the Boreal

In honor of International Forests Day, two kind donors are offering a challenge gift to support our forests work – they’re offering to donate up to $20,000, as long as you share your opinion on where to direct it.

These donors feel strongly about the power and knowledge of the Stand.earth online community and they want to hear what you think.

Will you vote for protecting Canada’s Boreal forests from Charmin? 

Every year the boreal forest in Canada removes carbon dioxide equivalent to the annual emissions of more than 24 million passenger vehicles and converts that carbon into life-essential oxygen. The boreal forest is also home to over 600 Indigenous communities, hundreds of songbirds, and the endangered woodland caribou.

But this vital ecological space is being cut down to make toilet paper. Procter & Gamble, the parent company of Charmin, sources a portion of its fiber from the Canadian boreal forest – leaving behind clearcuts that can’t support biodiversity.

Your support will help us protect this majestic intact forest from corporations like P&G, who are complicit in clearcutting millions of trees but who refuse to stop flushing our forests down the toilet.

VOTE FOR PROTECTING THE BOREAL FROM CHARMIN

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