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Years of Living Dangerously: on a screen near you now!

Posted by Andrew Davies — 23 April 2014 at 3:39pm - Comments
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If they don’t already, then this might just be the thing that finally inspires and motivates your friends and family to care about climate change.

This isn’t just another Al Gore documentary, but admittedly, there are big names in it, and it is about climate change!

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forests, Procter & Gamble, Head & Shoulders, palm oil, tigers, orang-utans, Indo

Find out what happened when we gave Procter & Gamble the Golden Axe award

Posted by Richardg — 27 March 2014 at 7:34pm - Comments

It's not every day that you get to organise an award ceremony - especially when the recipient has no idea that they've won.

Procter & Gamble’s brazen greenwashing recognised at industry convention

Last edited 26 March 2014 at 1:32pm

Greenpeace present P&G 'Sustainability Director' with Golden Axe award for deforestation

26 March, 2014

Wednesday 26th March, Manchester – Today 5 Greenpeace volunteers presented Procter & Gamble with the Golden Axe award for buying palm oil from companies that are responsible for destroying Indonesia’s rainforests. They presented the award at Europe’s biggest cosmetics and detergents convention, Cleaning Products Europe, at the Manchester Hilton.

 As Virginie Helias, Sustainability Director for Procter & Gamble, was addressing the industry audience, Richard George, Forests Campaigner for Greenpeace UK, joined her at the podium and presented her with the award. He said:

Colgate agrees to stop buying dirty palm oil - but P&G is still dodging the issue

Posted by Richardg — 24 March 2014 at 6:53pm - Comments
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Orangutan in Tanjung Puting National Park

Great news: Colgate just agreed to stop buying palm oil from forest destroyers. Not only is this a win for fans of dental hygiene (and let's face it, no one wants orangutan breath) but it leaves Procter & Gamble more isolated than ever.

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