In the span of just one year, two of Procter & Gamble’s (P&G) top pulp suppliers sourced more than five million cubic meters of wood. That’s the equivalent of 2,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of forest being cut down - in one year.¹
Despite P&G’s environmental lip service, the company still refuses to avoid irresponsible suppliers whose large-scale logging in the boreal is not sustainable or ethical.
P&G must commit to not source from sensitive primary forests like the boreal in Canada in order to end its role in destroying this climate-critical forest. We need to act fast to get this information to the desks of Charmin brand directors, and P&G executives so they can prioritize intact forest protection in their yet-to-be-released forestry policy.
¹By a Thousand Cuts: How Powerful Companies’ Wood Sourcing Is Degrading Canada’s Boreal Forest
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