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ORANGUTANS: Men of the Foresthttp://www.care2.com/c2c/group/Michela
together with Sumatran Tigers (Java & Bali Tigers already EXTINCT), Elephants, Rhinos, Clouded Leopards, Sun Bears, Wildlife, Biodiversity they face Extinction!! Only 300 Sumatran Tigers left on Earth!!! 300 Football Fields of Rainforests are CLEARED every hour in SE Asia to produce Palm Oil: a hidden, not labelled, unhealthy ingredient in the products we buy. We MUST do WHATEVER is possible to SAVE them all!!
AGAINST: Corporate Control, Deforestation, Illegal Logging, Global Warming, Pollution, CO2Emissions, Indigenous Peoples Displacement, Pet Trade, Bushmeat Trade, GMO Food, Vivisection, Bee-killing Pesticides… Also other Primates, as Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Gibbons, & Monkeys for Vivisection are dealt in this Group. Petitions/Info/Videos/Pics are here.
Please!! Join, Sign, Invite friends to Join!! Individually: we are one DROP, all together: we are an OCEAN!! ALL together we can make a difference!! Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world -Margaret Mead Thanks!! Michela
Tuesday July 22, 2014, 6:34 pm
Signed! Many peanut butter brands that say "natural no-stir" are to be avoided, as they contain palm oil. Please only buy peanut butter that has "peanuts and salt"- this kind will need to be stirred, but is healthier for you and doesn't contribute to rainforest destruction!
Wednesday July 23, 2014, 2:51 pm
Check each article you buy from peanut butter,cakes,soap whatever. Refuse to buy anything that contains PALM OIL it can be done.Each one of us count and from little acorns ,big - no huge Oak trees grow.Welcome on board!!!
Wednesday July 23, 2014, 5:16 pm
Palm oil companies are too busy oiling their own palms with profits to be genuinely interested in habitat loss and extinction of native fauna and flora. Personally I give no credence to claims made of sustainable crops, when clearly the replacement of a whole ecosystem by one plant is presented as being sustainable. Read your labels and if you see palm oil or vegetable oil listed, avoid the product. If the vegetable oil was anything but palm oil, the oil name would be listed.
Saturday July 26, 2014, 12:33 am
I didn't ONLY sign , I also study each package of food which I buy for its contents and I do NOT buy any palm oil crap--and peanut butter I never liked anyways, tastes like cardboard.
I also don't understand WHY this peanut stuff needs palmoil?? Don't the peanuts have enough oil in them, ???