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Spread the Word: Palm Oil and Tropical Forests

Help spread the word about palm oil and deforestation.

Many of the products we use in our daily lives, from crackers to shampoo, contain palm oil, an ingredient driving tropical deforestation and global warming. Let your friends and family know about this hidden part of the climate problem: share our recent infographic!

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Check out new @UCSUSA #infographic: http://j.mp/1c7H1Hs to learn about "secret" ingredient in your toothpaste that drives #climate change
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See what the fuss over #PalmOil is about: http://j.mp/1c7H1Hs. #infographic shows why we need deforestation- & peat-free solutions
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Carbon emissions, biodiversity loss, wildfires & tropical forest destruction—all from production of #PalmOil http://j.mp/1c7H1Hs
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What else can you do? Learn more about why palm oil is responsible for large-scale forest conversion in the tropics and extensive carbon emissions. Check out what companies can do to adopt strong, deforestation-free and peat-free sourcing policies. Check out these resources to learn more about this ubiquitous ingredient, and how to be an effective advocate for deforestation-free palm oil. Stay tuned for more opportunities to preserve our tropical rain forests, our atmosphere and vital orangutan habitat.

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