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Nestlé needs to give rainforests a break

Feature Story | 22 March, 2010 at 10:00

Need a break? Before you have one with a KitKat, watch this video – 'Have a break?' We need your help to get the rainforests a break from deforestation. To help you spread the word we’ve launched this video spoof.

Victory: Nestlé gives orang-utans a break

Feature Story | 17 May, 2010 at 8:00

Over 23,000 Australians recently contacted global food and beverage giant, Nestlé, asking them to stop using palm oil linked to rainforest destruction. Today, we have fantastic news. Nestlé announced it would stop using all products that come...

Hunt’s direct action on rainforest could reap carbon rewards

Standard Page | 9 September, 2013 at 11:45

Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt’s ambition to broker a new global rainforest recovery plan reopens an important conversation about Australia’s role in tackling tropical deforestation. And it reminds us there is much Australia could do...

One year after Nestlé committed to giving rainforests a break – what has been achieved?

Feature Story | 23 May, 2011 at 18:50

It’s now been one year since pressure from thousands of people around the world convinced the world’s largest food and drink company - Nestlé - to give Indonesian rainforests and their inhabitants a break by removing products responsible for...

Nestlé: Stop monkeying around with the rainforests

Feature Story | 22 April, 2010 at 8:00

Today, six Greenpeace activists dressed as orang-utans swung by Nestlé’s headquarters. They urged the global food giant to stop using palm oil from destroyed rainforests. Demand for palm oil is destroying Indonesia’s rainforests. It threatens...

Activists 'drop in' on Nestlé AGM

Feature Story | 16 April, 2010 at 8:00

Greenpeace activists dropped from the ceiling and unfurled two large banners directly over the heads of Nestlé shareholders today. They were at the multinational’s annual general meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland. Their aim: to get shareholders to...

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