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Big brands breaking pledge to not destroy forests: report
A rainforest area the size of Spain will be destroyed by firms growing consumer staples like palm oil in the decade to 2020, industry's self-imposed deadline to end deforestation, Greenpeace said Tuesday. Some of the world's largest consumer brands -- including Nestle and Unilever -- had pledged in 2010 to reach net zero deforestation within a decade through 'responsible sourcing' of cattle, palm oil, soya and other commodities. 'These companies are destroying our children's future by driving us towards climate and ecological collapse,' said Anna Jones, global project lead for forests at Greenpeace UK.
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Big brands break pledge to not destroy forests: report
A rainforest area the size of Spain will have been destroyed by firms growing consumer staples like palm oil in the decade to 2020 -- industry's self-imposed deadline to end deforestation, Greenpeace said Tuesday. Some of the world's largest consumer brands -- including Nestle and Unilever -- had pledged in 2010 to reach net zero deforestation within a decade through 'responsible sourcing' of cattle, palm oil, soya and other commodities. 'These companies are destroying our children's future by driving us towards climate and ecological collapse,' said Anna Jones, global project lead for forests at Greenpeace UK.
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