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Rainforest Action Network wants to

Get PepsiCo to cut Conflict Palm Oil and Protect Orangutans

PepsiCo can help stop Conflict Palm Oil plantations from destroying the rainforest homes of the last wild orangutans.

How you can help

PepsiCo's new palm oil policy and 'action plan' has a loophole the size of Indonesia. Throughout the month of October, forest fires, intentionally lit to clear land for palm oil production, raged across Sumatra and Borneo while people took action around the globe to #ChallengePepsi to close this destructive loophole. We received hundreds of photos from supporters in which people declared PepsiCo…

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Rainforest destruction for palm oil plantations is causing orangutan extinction, human rights abuses and massive carbon pollution. PepsiCo–the largest globally distributed snack food company in the world–has yet to take steps to address the Conflict Palm Oil in its products.  Join the Global Day of Action to Cut Conflict Palm Oil and Save Rainforests! PepsiCo has the power to break the link…

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Why this matters

Nadia Sindi

2005 I ran for the 4J school Board in Lane County, against the executive of Pepsi Cola Eric Forrest! To get junk & sugary food out of…Read More

The Writings and Thoughts of Nadia Sindi

The Oregon School Employees Association recently interviewed all three candidates for Position 6 on the 4J School Board. Below are Nadia's responses to the questions they asked before the interview. Candidates Opening Statement Nadia Sindi I. Why are you seeking a district board position? And please identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities…Read More
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