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Unilever's 'Monkey Business' - Greenpeace swings into action

Feature story | 21 April, 2008 at 0:00

It's been a busy morning for Greenpeace activists across Europe, many of whom have been dressing up as orang-utans to draw attention to Unilever's "monkey business". Today, we're launching the next stage in our campaign to protect the rainforests...

Nutella - Breakfast for Champions?

Feature story | 28 May, 2008 at 16:53

The Italian football team apparently love nothing better than a nice dollop of Nutella spread over their bread for breakfast – “breakfast for champions” according to Nutella, the official sponsors for the national team. But what else do Nutella’s...

How Unilever Palm Oil Suppliers are Burning Up Borneo

Publication | 21 April, 2008 at 0:00

New evidence shows expansion by Unilever palm oil suppliers is driving species extinction in Central Kalimantan, and fuelling climate change

The habitat of Indonesian orang

Image | 10 February, 2004 at 0:00

The habitat of Indonesian orang-utans is threatened by illegal logging.

Give me a break

Image | 17 March, 2010 at 17:30

A Greenpeace billboard near the Nestle HQ in Croydon, London, urges the confectionary giant to stop buying palm oil from the biggest and most destructive palm oil producer – the Sinar Mas Group.

Orangutans at Nestle HQ, Amsterdam

Image | 28 April, 2010 at 18:32

28 April - Netherlands. A Greenpeace activist dressed as an orangutan sits in a 'nest' in front of the Nestlé headquarters in Amsterdam urging the company to stop using palm oil from rainforest destruction. Take Action!

April 8: A solar plane; a palm oil retreat; and a landmark treaty, ready to be signed

Blog entry by danielkramb | 8 April, 2010

Sunrise over a cleared peatland forest near Teluk Meranti in Kampar Peninsula. The good news first: the prototype of a solar-powered plane has had its first full test flight – and it went well. The plane, which has the same wingspan...

Greenpeace Nestle orangutan action UK

Video | 19 March, 2010 at 15:40

We have new evidence which shows that Nestlé - the makers of Kit Kat - are using palm oil produced in areas where the orang-utans' rainforests once grew.

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