• Petitioned Southwest Airlines

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Southwest Airlines

Stop using Nabisco products

    1. Kassandra ter Beek
    2. Petition by

      Kassandra ter Beek

      Boulder, CO

Nabisco products, specifically Ritz crackers, Wheat Thins, Triscuit crackers, etc. have been known to use palm oil. Southwest claims to have concerns for our environment. Using palm oil, a product that is destroying the environment and the habitats of the severely endangered orangutans is not protecting our environment.

Southwest Airlines can use another company that choose not to use palm oil.

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    • Sarah Ryan DELRAY BEACH, FL
      • almost 2 years ago

      The single greatest threat facing orangutans today is the rapidly expanding palm oil trade. Rainforests are being cleared at the rate of 300 football fields per hour to make way for oil palm plantations. While there are millions of hectares of degraded land that could be used for plantations, many oil palm companies choose to instead use rainforest land to gain additional profits by logging the timber first. Palm oil companies also frequently use uncontrolled burning to clear the land, resulting in thousands of orangutans being burned to death. Those that survive have nowhere to live and nothing left to eat.

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    • Roxanne Beaupre GREEN BAY, UNITED STATES
      • about 2 years ago

      Palm oil users: pringles, kitkat, oreos, sara lee, arnotts, and more. We need to know so we can stop major rainforest deforestation. Norway cut its use of palm oil 64% last year, by using a public information campaign. Care2 has a list of ingredients to avoid which come from palm oil.

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    • Stupid Dipstick ATHENS, GA
      • about 2 years ago

      All the things in the world and oil not even the fuel type are your issue. Earth to nutty. Earth to nutty.

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