What’s fried chicken got to do with saving forests?

Standard Page - 2012-05-30
Greenpeace has just revealed that KFC napkins and packaging are made from paper bought from APP – a company responsible for trashing the rainforest and hacking down rare tree species in Indonesian forests.
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I'm sure you're well aware that Indonesia's precious rainforests are being bulldozed at an alarming rate, leaving the orangutans and the Sumatran tigers without a home. Ancient trees are being felled to make throwaway articles we all use as well as some things you could hardly imagine! Greenpeace has just revealed that KFC napkins and packaging are made from paper bought from APP – a company responsible for trashing the rainforest and hacking down rare tree species in Indonesian forests.
So we have launched a concerted campaign in 11 countries and regions including China, the USA, and Indonesia. We are asking KFC to own up to the fact that it is turning the rainforest into trash and that it must stop buying paper products from APP. Please help us spread the word and stop KFC from turning the tiger's home into fried chicken buckets.
 
 
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