You did it! Palm oil giant commits to end forest destruction!

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The world's largest palm oil trader, Wilmar International, has just committed to end its role in forest destruction! This could be a much-needed break for Indonesian Paradise rainforest, and the last 400 Sumatran tigers that call it home.
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You did it! Palm oil giant commits to end forest destruction!
This is what we have achieved together. We want to say a special thank you for adding your voice to our forests campaign. Without you we could not have made this amazing achievement.
But we still need YOU. Wilmar’s commitment is not the end of our campaign. Instead it marks the beginning of the next crucial phase of our forest protection work. As of now, we will:
Closely monitoring how Wilmar will put its words into real on-the-ground action
Continuing to convince other palm oil giants to follow suit
Pushing more corporate consumers to guarantee that their products are free from forest destruction
Backed by a growing movement of supporters like you demanding palm oil free from forest destruction, together we can push the whole palm oil industry to make real change.
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