Greenpeace Ad Targeting Kimberly-Clark Appears in New York Times

Greenpeace's ad targeting Kimberly-Clark appeared in today's New York Times.  The ad, featuring the co-owners of Washington D.C.'s Sticky Fingers Bakery, lists over 650 companies that refuse to use Kimberly-Clark products.  These businesses, part of the Greenpeace "Forest Friendly 500" program, have taken a stand against Kimberly-Clark's continuing policy of clear-cutting the last remaining North American ancient forests for its brands such as Kleenex, Scott and Viva.  The ad will give credit to the responsible businesses that are taking a stand against the irresponsible forest destruction being fostered by one of the largest paper companies in the world.

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