Friends of the Earth

Tell Procter & Gamble: Stop Flushing Forests Down The Toilet

Known as the “Amazon of the North”, Canada’s Boreal Forest is home to Indigenous communities, wildlife like the arctic fox, caribou, and reindeer, and ancient-growth trees that store millions of tons of carbon. It is a crucial line of defense against the climate crisis which impacts all of us.

Despite the significance of the forest, greedy corporations are carelessly slashing it for single-use products. Procter & Gamble is cutting down the Boreal Forest— just to make Charmin toilet paper to be flushed down the drain! 

Sign now to demand Procter & Gamble stop destroying the forest, contributing to climate change, and destroying communities! 
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