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Petitioning People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

Create more marine protected areas to reduce effect of overfishing on oceanic ecosystems

Overfishing occurs when more fish are caught than the population can replace through natural reproduction and it is a serious issue that is often ignored. It is a problem within the United States but even worse outside of it. Some stocks of large fish have decreased by about 90% in the past 60 years. Overfishing leads to so many deaths of fish (especially large fish) that the oceanic ecosystems are being negatively impacted. By protecting more areas in the ocean and creating more "no fishing" areas across oceans, the effect of overfishing would be reduced and fish populations may begin replenishing themselves. More than 85 percent of the world's fisheries have been pushed to or beyond their biological limits and are in need of strict management plans to restore them. The creation of more "no fishing" zones would only be a step towards stopping overfishing and its harms. Overfishing is an issue that affects everyone, not only fish; it is in everybody's best interest to keep the fish populations healthy. 

Allison King
34,077 supporters
Petitioning Government Delta, Greenpeace USA

Help to ban the single use plastic bags in stores

Plastic is one of the most dangerous things for our environment, especially for the oceans. It destroys the habitat and the livelihoods of so many people and animals. That has to stop! Meanwhile many recognize this massive problem with plastic, and try to diminish the wastage of plastic, but that's still not enough: huge plastic islands float in the oceans and often animals, like fish or turtles confuse plastic with food and wound themselves heavy or die painfully. Also the plastic soils our drinking water and entire landscapes. It's really dangerous for all living creatures around this world . One big problem are the "single use plastic bags" in stores. It's handy when you forget your own bags, but not necessary. These bags are often very thin and tear after one use. Then you can just throw them away and often these plastic bags are not recycled or find their way into the environment. With this petition I want to achieve, that all retailers using these bags, charge a little fee for them. This little fee led in these countries which initiate this to a less plastic wastage, for example in Germany: since H&M has charge a little fee for the plastic bags, the usage is less than 50%! That's possible here too! Help us with your sign to achieve this, to help our environment.

Nele N.
24,163 supporters
Closed
Petitioning Parques Nacionales, cltprensa@gmail.com Visite www.tompkinsconservation.org, Greenpeace USA, Verónica Derna, twitter.com/passalacquaok , twitter.com/mauriciomacri

Decile NO al camino en el Parque Moconá, en Misiones, Argentina.

A pesar de las críticas y las opiniones técnicas en contra, el Gobierno provincial tomó la decisión de avanzar con la construcción de un camino en el interior del Parque Provincial Moconá para que se pueda acceder desde la ruta costera 2 al Lote 8, un predio privado que se encuentra lindante al parque, donde viven algunas comunidades mbya. En el Boletín Oficial de la provincia se publicaron este viernes dos elementos jurídicos que avalan la construcción de la obra. Primero el decreto 558, firmado por el gobernador Hugo Passalacqua, el ministro de Gabinete Adolfo Pischik y la ministra de Ecología, Verónica Derna, donde se dispone “la continuidad de los trámites administrativos” del proyecto; y por otra parte, la resolución 200 de Derna, con fecha 5 de junio, por medio de la cual se aprueba la “viabilidad ambiental” del proyecto. El año pasado, a raíz de las numerosas críticas que cosechó esta intención, el Gobierno dispuso el decreto 1.614/16 suspendiendo todos los trámites. Ahora, con el decreto 558 publicado el viernes, se dio continuidad a los trámites. Entre los fundamentos de la polémica decisión se explicó que “el Ministerio de Ecología debe maximizar los esfuerzos para la difusión de la información referente a la posibilidad, viabilidad y factibilidad de la apertura de un acceso al Lote 8 de la Reserva Biosfera Yabotí” y se agregó que “conforme surge del informe emitido por el Departamento de Prensa y Difusión del Ministerio de Ecología, se ha concretado la difusión de información en diferentes medios de comunicación, tanto radial, digital, gráfico, como televisivo”. “La Ministra de Ecología manifiesta que se han maximizado los esfuerzos a fin de difundir la información referente a la posibilidad, viabilidad y factibilidad de la apertura de un acceso al Lote 8 de la Reserva Biosfera Yabotí, por lo que considera cumplimentado el requisito establecido en el artículo 2 del Decreto 1.614/16”, se indicó en el documento. Luego se recurrió al argumento de que las comunidades mbya solicitan un acceso por el interior del Parque: “A fojas 24 obra nota de los integrantes de la comunidad mbya guaraní por la cual solicitan la urgente apertura del camino del Lote 8 de la Reserva Biosfera Yabotí, y por la cual manifiestan que debido al accionar de personas que no habitan en dicho lugar se los inhibe de poder mejorar su calidad de vida”.  Sin embargo, nada dice el decreto sobre la intención de construir un emprendimiento turístico de elite en el Lote 8, que podría utilizar el camino para ingresar desde el Parque. Este fue uno de los cuestionamientos de los guardaparques porque “vamos a dejar de ser un Parque protegido para ser la tranquera de acceso a un emprendimiento privado”, dijeron. Ecología también argumentó que “la reconocida organización no gubernamental Greenpeace dio su apoyo al pedido de las comunidades mbya guaraní” al igual que la Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, que “se expresa en idéntico sentido, manifestando su respaldo al pedido de los pueblos originarios respecto al pretendido camino”. Por ello, en el artículo 1 del decreto 558 se dispone “la continuidad de los trámites administrativos cuya suspensión fuera establecida en decreto N° 1614/2016”. Otros caminos alternativosDesde un primer momento, los guardaparques y organizaciones ambientales que se opusieron al camino argumentaron que existen otros caminos alternativos por afuera del parque, sin la necesidad de dañar un área protegida extremadamente sensible que alberga especies únicas en el mundo y plantas que son patrimonio natural.  Para ir desde la ruta costera hasta el Lote 8 las comunidades actualmente caminan 30 kilómetros por adentro del Parque y es ahí donde se pretende construir el camino. Sin embargo, un grupo de guardaparques elaboró una propuesta alternativa, utilizando viejos caminos donde transitan camiones para sacar la madera y que solo tendría 22 kilómetros de longitud, sin pasar por el interior del Parque. A esta propuesta, el Ministerio de Ecología nunca la tuvo en cuenta, a pesar de las ventajas, dejando con ello en evidencia que su intención es un camino por adentro del Parque para llegar al lote privado.  Qué dice la Viabilidad AmbientalEl 5 de junio la ministra de Ecología, Verónica Derna, firmó la resolución 200 que otorgó Viabilidad Ambiental al camino que pasará por el interior del Parque Moconá. En dicho documento se indicó que hay un acuerdo “para el Uso Sostenible del Lote 8 suscripto entre el Ministerio de Ecología, las comunidades mbya guaraní de Tekoa Yma, Kapií Vate e Itao-Mirí, World Land Trust y El Moconá SA (empresa propietaria del lote)”. Todos piden que el Lote 8 “tenga un camino de acceso a la vía pública con el fin de preservar las necesidades humanitarias básicas”. Asimismo, señaló que “se presenta el Estudio de Impacto Ambiental del acceso al Lote 8, con relevamiento de flora, revelamiento faunístico y con informe ambiental” que fue puesto a consideración de las autoridades indígenas de aquellas comunidades, “quienes expresamente y por escrito han manifestado su aceptación”. Luego menciona la resolución de Ecología que se cumplió con la Audiencia Pública el día 7 de septiembre de 2016, en Aristóbulo del Valle (lejos del lugar afectado), donde la mayoría optó por la Alternativa III del camino, según el informe de Audiencia realizado por el antropólogo Lautaro Sosa. También se consideró un informe técnico  Nº 02/17 “elaborado por la Comisión Técnica de Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental de este Ministerio” que analizó el proyecto “construcción de un camino de acceso al Lote 8 de la Reserva de Biosfera Yabotí, Alternativa III”, y consideró  “oportuno, meritorio y conveniente” otorgar la Viabilidad Ambiental al proyecto “sujeta al total cumplimiento de las recomendaciones”.  El proyecto consiste en “la construcción del camino dentro del Parque Moconá de unos 3.000 metros aproximadamente y de “….un ancho total de 4 metros, el material que se sugiere utilizar es la consolidación pétrea mezclado con el suelo rotulado, detallado en el punto 4.2. el mismo resiste mucho peso, con baja erosión y resulta además menos impactante para el ambiente (FIG. 9 )....”. Se obliga al consultor técnico a solicitar asistencia a Vialidad Provincial, cumplir requerimientos de las Áreas intervinientes en los informes y agregar el mayor nivel de detalle y precisión en su informe. Lo más polémico es que se puede modificar el proyecto, avisando a Ecología 60 días antes.

Mauricio Fri
13,053 supporters
Petitioning Greenpeace USA, Mark Zuckerberg

Arrêtons ce meurtrier !!!!

Tim Wells est un meurtrier qui prend un malin plaisir à tuer des animaux, loups, singes, cerfs... pour ensuite se prendre fièrement en photo avec ses victimes à côté de lui!!! Les images sont insoutenables! Lui et ses amis prospèrent sur les réseaux sociaux en se prenant pour des guerriers valeureux!! Sa page facebook a été signalé plusieurs fois mais d'après eux ils n'y a rien de choquant!!! Cela ne doit plus durer!! Alors si vous aussi, vous vous voulez que justice soit faite contre ce barbare, venez-vous aussi signer la pétition. Le monde ne sera pas détruit par ceux qui font le mal, mais par ceux qui les regardent sans rien faire. Un grand Merci à tous ceux qui ont un coeur et se battent pour la cause animale!!

Angelique NOILOU
12,905 supporters
Closed
Petitioning Greenpeace USA, Cheyenne Yammine, Sierra Club, National Audubon Society, World Wildlife Fund, Earth First!, The Nature Conservancy, Emirates Environmental Group, Friends of The Earth Middle East, G...

Kornet Al Sawda : Saving the highest mountain peak in the Middle East

Green Lebanon, we used to say.  Why are we using the past tense ? Lebanon's nature is mesmerising: heaven on earth some would say.  Home. Is it still home though ?  Helplessness and despair of Lebanese communities is making us lose our beautiful country one day at a time. However, we don't have to. We should fight against our learned helplessness. We can change our destiny, we can change the capitalism and corruption that are making us lose our country, our home. What we need, is for us to stick together as communities. Let's share our resources and make a change.  ________________________________ A 500 million dollar project was put in place by Realis Development (owned by the Ghanem family) to build a luxury resort at Kornet Al Sawda ("the black peak"), the highest mountain peak of the Middle East .(reference: http://www.businessnews.com.lb/cms/Story/StoryDetails.aspx?ItemID=5859 ) The greed of our own citizens, is slowly throwing our nature away.Maybe someday, the cedar on our flag will become nothing but an old memory of where we came from. But for now, we will not let this happen.Together, let's stop this project.

Cheyenne Yammine
11,038 supporters
Petitioning XI JINPING, Greenpeace USA, WWF, United Nations

Stop al festival de carne de perro de Yulin / Stop Yulin Dog's meal festival

Todos los años en el solsticio de verano, la ciudad-prefectura china de Yulin celebra el festival de carne de perro, donde miles de perros son torturados y matados para comérselos. Los habitantes de la ciudad dicen que es para celebrar el solsticio de verano y también para atraer turistas, sin embargo no se imaginan el daño que sufren los perros. Jamás olvidaré en un vídeo sobre ello, la imagen en que un ciudadano de Yulin, le introducía fuego con un soplete por la boca a un perro, mientras otro lo agarraba con una especie de alicates para que no escape. Los perros son seres vivos, y creo que los ciudadanos de Yulin no se dan cuenta de que los perros son todo amor y fidelidad hacia los humanos. La imagen del soplete me va a perseguir toda la vida, y solo era un vídeo, no quiero imaginar verlo en directo.  El articulo 3 de la declaracion universal de los derechos de los animales declara que ''Ningun animal sera sometido a tratamientos crueles ni actos de crueldad'', inclúyase quemarlo vivo con un soplete...etc...etc...etc... Los aquí firmantes queremos que se acabe con un festival cuyo nombre real deberia ser " festival del maltrato animal"       Every year at the summer solstice, the Chinese city-prefecture of Yulin celebrates the dog meat festival, where thousands of dogs are tortured and killed to be eaten. City residents say it's to celebrate the summer solstice and also to attract tourists, but they can't imagine the damage to the dogs. I will never forget in a video about it, the image in which a citizen of Yulin, introduced fire with a blowtorch through the mouth of a dog, while another one grabbed him with a kind of pliers so that he would not escape. Dogs are living beings, and I believe that the citizens of Yulin do not realize that dogs are all about love and fidelity to humans. The image of the torch will haunt me all my life, and it was just a video, I don't want to imagine seeing it live. Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Animal Rights states that''No animal shall be subjected to cruel treatment or acts of cruelty'', including burning it alive with a blowtorch...etc...etc...etc...etc.... We, the undersigned, would like to see an end to a festival whose real name should be "animal abuse festival".     每年在夏至時,中國的榆林市都會慶祝狗肉節, 成千上萬隻狗被折磨殺死後被吃掉。市民說, 這是為了慶祝夏至和遊客,但他們無法想像狗受到了傷害。 我永遠不會忘記一個關於它的視頻, 榆林市民通過一隻狗的嘴巴用噴燈引爆了火焰, 而另一個人用一把鉗子抓住了他,這樣他就不會逃跑。狗是生物, 我相信榆林市民沒有意識到狗是關於對人類的愛和忠誠。 火炬的形象會讓我困擾我的生活,而這只是一段視頻, 我不想去想像它活著。 我們,以下簽署人希望看到一個節日的真名應該是“動物虐待節”。動物權利的普遍宣言第3條規定,動物不得遭受殘忍行為或殘忍待遇。在他們之間理解,用噴燈作為一種殘忍的行為來焚燒他們。

jesus hidalgo
8,126 supporters
Petitioning XI JINPING, Greenpeace USA, WWF, United Nations

Stop al festival de carne de perro de Yulin / Stop Yulin Dog's meal festival

Todos los años en el solsticio de verano, la ciudad-prefectura china de Yulin celebra el festival de carne de perro, donde miles de perros son torturados y matados para comérselos. Los habitantes de la ciudad dicen que es para celebrar el solsticio de verano y también para atraer turistas, sin embargo no se imaginan el daño que sufren los perros. Jamás olvidaré en un vídeo sobre ello, la imagen en que un ciudadano de Yulin, le introducía fuego con un soplete por la boca a un perro, mientras otro lo agarraba con una especie de alicates para que no escape. Los perros son seres vivos, y creo que los ciudadanos de Yulin no se dan cuenta de que los perros son todo amor y fidelidad hacia los humanos. La imagen del soplete me va a perseguir toda la vida, y solo era un vídeo, no quiero imaginar verlo en directo.  El articulo 3 de la declaracion universal de los derechos de los animales declara que ''Ningun animal sera sometido a tratamientos crueles ni actos de crueldad'', inclúyase quemarlo vivo con un soplete...etc...etc...etc... Los aquí firmantes queremos que se acabe con un festival cuyo nombre real deberia ser " festival del maltrato animal"       Every year at the summer solstice, the Chinese city-prefecture of Yulin celebrates the dog meat festival, where thousands of dogs are tortured and killed to be eaten. City residents say it's to celebrate the summer solstice and also to attract tourists, but they can't imagine the damage to the dogs. I will never forget in a video about it, the image in which a citizen of Yulin, introduced fire with a blowtorch through the mouth of a dog, while another one grabbed him with a kind of pliers so that he would not escape. Dogs are living beings, and I believe that the citizens of Yulin do not realize that dogs are all about love and fidelity to humans. The image of the torch will haunt me all my life, and it was just a video, I don't want to imagine seeing it live. Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Animal Rights states that''No animal shall be subjected to cruel treatment or acts of cruelty'', including burning it alive with a blowtorch...etc...etc...etc...etc.... We, the undersigned, would like to see an end to a festival whose real name should be "animal abuse festival".     每年在夏至時,中國的榆林市都會慶祝狗肉節, 成千上萬隻狗被折磨殺死後被吃掉。市民說, 這是為了慶祝夏至和遊客,但他們無法想像狗受到了傷害。 我永遠不會忘記一個關於它的視頻, 榆林市民通過一隻狗的嘴巴用噴燈引爆了火焰, 而另一個人用一把鉗子抓住了他,這樣他就不會逃跑。狗是生物, 我相信榆林市民沒有意識到狗是關於對人類的愛和忠誠。 火炬的形象會讓我困擾我的生活,而這只是一段視頻, 我不想去想像它活著。 我們,以下簽署人希望看到一個節日的真名應該是“動物虐待節”。動物權利的普遍宣言第3條規定,動物不得遭受殘忍行為或殘忍待遇。在他們之間理解,用噴燈作為一種殘忍的行為來焚燒他們。

jesus hidalgo
8,126 supporters
Petitioning Rick Scott, Florida State Senate, Florida State House, Bill Nelson, Mark Ruffalo, Pharrell Williams, Willie Nelson, Dennis Baxley, Aaron Bean, Lizbeth Benacquisto, Lauren Book, Randolph Bracy, Rob ...

Ban Styrofoam Packaging and Plastic Bags in Florida

Florida is plagued with a frightening problem. A problem that’s catastrophic for the environment and detrimental to your health. Are you aware that Styrofoam never decomposes? And further, did you know that Styrofoam is created from several dangerous, cancer causing chemicals including benzene and styrene?  Styrofoam is non-biodegradable and non-recyclable. It’s a petroleum-based plastic that once used and disposed of, stays in our environment forever. Plastic bags are causing another horrific environmental crisis. Disposable plastic bags may be convenient but are a massive source of man-made pollution. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), around one trillion disposable plastic bags are used each year and less than 5 percent are recycled! In the United States, we use over 380 billion plastic bags yearly, requiring 12 million barrels of oil to create. Plastic bags remain in landfills, forests, and oceans for at least 450 years! Plastic bags are especially harmful to Florida’s oceans as they trap, suffocate, disfigure, and cause death to marine animals. Both Styrofoam and plastic are light enough to float in water, which can be seen as food sources to some aquatic life. Therefore, the environmental impact of Styrofoam and plastic is disastrous. Manatees, fish, and even land animals can mistake these materials for food, which can harm or kill them. For example, a floating plastic bag may look like a jellyfish to a hungry sea turtle. For this reason, we created this project called Update the Sunshine State.   Although Florida is famously known as "The Sunshine State," when it comes to solar energy and sustainability, Florida is embarrassingly lackluster.  Florida is a state of breathtaking beaches, endless sunshine, and beautiful wildlife. However, Florida is horribly unsustainable. Plastic bags galore, Styrofoam packaging everywhere (seriously people, are we stuck in the 80's!?), minimal solar power usage, businesses not recycling, etc... It goes without saying that the state of Florida is in need of a progressive and forward thinking movement in the area of environment and sustainability. This is why our mission is to upgrade the sunshine state. Banning Styrofoam packaging and plastic bags is our first sustainable step. We invite you to join our mission.    Here’s What you Can Do: * Please sign and share this petition * When at a restaurant, request the use of safer, more environmentally friendly packaging alternatives  * Bring reusable bags to the grocery store  * Use a reusable coffee mug  * Ask your employer to remove Styrofoam and plastic, replacing them with washable, re-usable materials  * Share this information with your family, your friends, and your co-workers  * Get involved locally! Talk to your town’s mayor. Email your area’s senator. Reach out to Governor Rick Scott  Update the Sunshine State is NOT a political project. This dire environmental issue exists whether you believe or disbelieve in global warming and/or climate change.  Truth of the matter is, if we don’t take action NOW, Styrofoam packaging and plastic bags will continue to destroy our precious environment, beautiful oceans, and entire ecosystem. Let your voice be heard!  Whether or not you live in Florida, please sign and share this petition. Sign it for the sea turtles and manatees. Sign it for the panthers and ospreys. Sign it for your children. Sign it for future generations. We all share the same living space; Earth - the place we call our home. Please, let it be known that you care. With your support, we can Update the Sunshine State!  Connect and share: Website:  http://updatethesunshinestate.com/ Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/UpdateSunshine/ Twitter:  https://twitter.com/UpdateSunshine Join our Hashtag Community -- tag pics of plastic bags or Styrofoam litter in your neighborhood and attach this petition link.   Use these hashtags: #BanPlasticBags #BanStyrofoam #UpdateTheSunshineState  About this Petition and Our Mission:Update the Sunshine State is a non-profit community project started by husband and wife duo, Michael and Mary Tamez. Our mission is to make Florida the greenest state in the United States and our goal is to change the way we think about waste, so we created a petition to ban plastic bags and Styrofoam in Florida. We want to collect 100,000 signatures so that we can bring the petition to Governor Rick Scott and we need your help. It’s not a matter of climate change. Nor is it a matter of global warming. It’s a matter of sustaining and protecting the same planet all humans call home. It's time to take action and contribute in a more positive and healthy way looking forward to our future generations...

Michael Tamez
4,983 supporters
Closed
Petitioning World Bank, Greenpeace USA, United Nations

Do Your Part to Change the Narrative of The World's Largest E-Waste Dump - Agbogbloshie

Every year over 215,000 tons of e-waste is legally and illegally dumped at Agbogbloshie (Ghana) from the more developed western countries. Unfortunately, the repercussions of this have been the severe environmental degradation that has manifested itself at Agbogbloshie dubbed "Sodom and Gomorrah". Low-income inhabitants (poor men, women and children) trying to survive practice the burning of this electronic waste and scrap to salvage and sell the metals derived from this process. This self-harmful burning has serious health implications.  Low-income inhabitants (poor men, women and children) trying to survive practice the burning of this electronic waste and scrap to salvage and sell the metals derived from this process. This self-harmful burning is severely detrimental to the health of these individuals and releases toxic gases into the atmosphere. However, Agbogbloshie is more than just a dump site, a micro-economy has been established at the Old Fadama slum regarding the profitable redistribution and sale of metal scrap by the inhabitants at Agbogbloshie. It is expected that Ghana’s e-waste imports will double by 2020, the report said assuming growth continues in a linear manner. Subsequently, the "Agbogblo.Shine Initiative" is a non-profit foundation that seeks to fund social enterprises and projects dedicated to applying design-thinking to solve problems regarding e-waste. The first business we intend to support is involved in the repurposing of scrap and e-waste to create high-end furniture with a decidedly African aesthetic. This business also seeks to recruit and employ scrap burners from Agbogbloshie to train them vocationally in the art of the craftsmanship involved in making the furniture pieces - a job with no health implications and no inhalation of black smoke. This will mitigate the practice of mass burning and mitigate the waste. Please help us change the narrative of the world's largest e-waste dump and demonstrate your support by petitioning to aid in funding this foundation. We need you!

Joseph Awuah-Darko
4,740 supporters
Petitioning Nestlé, World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace USA, WildAid, Food and Drug Administration, PepsiCo, Environmental Protection Agency, Unilever

Stop the use of palm oil as it harms people, animals, and our planet.

My name is Annika and I’m 13 years old. Just over a year ago I watched a play that changed my perspective on the world. The play tackled many serious issues such as environmental disasters and death but the thing that stuck with me the most was blunt portrayal of how the palm oil industry is affecting our planet. Ever since then I’ve made an active decision to do everything I can to end this as soon as possible but to do so I need your support. Palm oil is a cheap oil used in many food products and toiletries. In fact over 50% of a products in American supermarkets include it. Some companies claim it enhances their products, saying they wouldn't be the same without them. But palm oil production is destructive. It has been linked to deforestation, animal endangerment, and climate change. It leads the the deaths of many beautiful and endangered creatures such as orang-utans, sumatran elephants and sumatran rhinos.  It is also more carcinogenic than other oils. We NEED to stop using it and stop people producing it. But at the same time, companies only produce what people buy, so not buying the products that include palm oil  does and will make a difference.   Please sign and share this petition to stop the use of palm oil  once and for all .                                   (a list of names used to disguise palm oil) Acetic and fatty acid esters of glycerolAlkyl PolyglucosideAluminum Myristates/PalmitatesAluminium stearateAluminium, calcium, sodium, magnesium salts of fatty acidsAmmonium laureth sulphateAmmonium lauryl sulphateArachamide meaAscorbyl palmitate (304)Ascorbyl stearateAzelaic acidBeta CaroteneBTMSButyl MyristateButyl stearateCalcium lactylateCalcium MyristateCalcium oleyl lactylateCalcium stearateCalcium stearoyl lactylateCapric triglycerideCaprylic acidCaprylic / Capric GlyceridesCaprylic triglycerideCaprylic/capric triglycerideCaprylic/capric/stearic triglycerideCapryloyl glycineCaprylyl glycolCarotene (Sometimes made from palm)Castile soap (often from palm)Ceteareth (2-100)Cetearyl alcoholCetearyl ethylhexanoteCetearyl glucosideCetearyl isononanoateCeteth-20Ceteth-24Cetostearyl AlcoholCetyl acetateCetyl alcoholCetyl ethylhexanoateCetyl hydroxyethylcelluloseCetyl lactateCetyl MyristateCetyl octanoateCetyl palmitateCetyl ricinoleateCitric and fatty acid esters of glycerolCocoa butter equivalent (CBE)Cocoa butter substitute (CBS)Cocamide DEACocamidopropyl betaineCocoyl Sarcosine Conditioning emulsifierDecyl GlucosideDecyl MyristateDecyl oleateDiacetyltartaric and fatty acid esters of glycerolDilinoleic acidDisodium laureth sulfosuccinateDisodium lauryl sulfosuccinateDistilled Monoglyceride PalmElaeis guineensisEmulsifiers: E304, E422, E430, E431, E432, E433, E434, E435, E436, E470, E470a, E470b, E471, E472, E472a, E472b, E472c, E472e, E472f, E473, E474, E475, E476, E477, E478, E479, E480, E481, E482, E483, E493, E494, E495Emulsifying waxEpoxidized palm oil (uv cured coatings)Esters of Myristic AcidEthyl lauroyl arginate (243)Ethyl myristateEthyl palmitateEthylene glycol monostearateEthylhexyl hydroxystearateEthylhexyl MyristateEthylhexyl PalminateEthylhexyl palmitateEthylhexyl stearateEthylhexylglycerinFatty acidsFatty alcohol alkoxylateFatty alcohol sulphatesGlycerinGlycerin or glycerol (442)Glyceryl cocoateGlyceryl DimyristateGlyceryl distearateGlyceryl laurateGlyceryl monostearateGlyceryl myristateGlyceryl oleateGlyceryl polymethacrylateGlyceryl RosinateGlyceryl stearateGlyceryl stearate SEGlycol distearateGlycol stearateGuineesis (palm)HexadecylicHexyl laurateHexyldecanolHumectant 422Humectant glycerolHydrogenated palm glyceridesIsobutyl MyristateIsocetyl alcoholIsocetyl MyristateIsocetyl stearateIsodecyl MyristateIsodecyl oleate Isopropyl isostearate Isopropyl MyristateIsopropyl palmitateIsopropyl titanium triisostearateIsostearamide DEAIsostearate DEAIsostearic acidIsostearyl alcoholIsostearyl isostearate Isostearyl MyristateIsostearyl neopentanoateIsotridecyl MyristateLactic and fatty acid easters of glycerolLauramide DEALauramide MEALauramine oxideLaurethLauric acidLauroyl sarcosineLauryl betaineLauryl dimonium hydrolysed collagen Lauryl lactateLauryl glucoside (from palm)Lauryl MyristateLauryl pyrrolidoneLauryl Sarcosine Linoleic acidMagnesium myristateMagnesium stearateMethyl MyristateMixed tartaric, acetic and fatty acid esters of glycerolMono and di-glycerides of fatty acidsMono glycerides of fatty acidsMyreth 3 Myrisrate MyristateMyristic acidMyristic Cetrimonium Chloride AcidMyristoylMyristyl myristateMyristoyl SarcosineMyristoyl SarcosinateMyristyl alcoholMyristyl myristateOctyl palmitateOctyl stearateOctyldodecyl myristateOctydodecyl stearateOctyldodecyl stearoyl stearateOleamide MIPAOleic acidOleyl betaineOleyl MyristateOleoyl SarcosineOlivem 1000Oliv-emulseOliv-wax LQCPalmesterPalm fruit oilPalmitoleic acid Palm kernel cakePalm kernel oilPalm oilPalm olein oilPalm stearinePalmatePalmitatePalmitamidopropyltrimonium chloridePalmitic acid Palmitoyl acidPalmitoyl alcoholPalmitoyl myristyl serinatePalmitoyl oxostearamidePalmitoyl oligopeptidePalmitoyl tetrapeptide-3Palmitoleic acidPalm Methyl Ester PBS BasePalmfonatePalmosaltPentaerythritol tetra caprai caprylatePentaerythrityl tetracaprylate/tetracapratePentaerythrityl tetraisostearatePeptide complexPG dicaprylate/caprate Planta cleansePolyethylene (40) stearate (431)Polyglycerol esters of fatty acidsPolyglycerol esters of interesterified ricinoleic acidPolyglycerol-2 oleyl etherPolyglyceryl-3 dilisostearatePolyglyceryl-4 isostearatePolyglyceryl-4 lauratePolyglyceryl-4 oleyl etherPolysorbate 60 or polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearatePolysorbate 65 or polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearatePolysorbate 80 or polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monoolatePolysorbate-20Polysorbate-40Polysorbate-80Polysorbate-85Potassium MyristatePotassium stearatePropanediol dicaprylatePropylene GlycolPropylene Glycol Alginate Propylene glycol esters of fatty acidsPropylene glycol lauratePropylene Glycol MyristatePropylene glycol stearateRetinyl palmitateSaponified elaeis guineensisSlearethSLESSLSSodium cetearyl sulphateSodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS or NaDS)Sodium Isostearoyl LactylayeSodium lactylate; sodium oleyl lactylate; sodium stearoyl lactylateSodium laurateSodium laurelSodium laureth sulfateSodium laureth sulphateSodium laureth-13 carboxylateSodium lauroyl lactylateSodium laurylSodium lauryl ether sulphateSodium lauryl glucose carboxylateSodium lauryl sulfateSodium lauryl sulfoacetateSodium lauryl sulphateSodium lauroyl sarcosinateSodium Methyl Cocoyl TaurateSodium MyristateSodium palm kernelateSodium palmateSodium palmitateSodium stearateSodium stearoyl lactylateSolubiliser PS20Sorbitan esterSorbitan isotearateSorbitan laurateSorbitan monostearate (491)Sorbitan oleateSorbitan palmitateSorbitan sesquioleateSorbitan trioleateSorbitan tristearateSorbitan tristearate (492)Stearalkonium chlorideStearalkonium hectoriteStearamide MEAStearamidopropyl dimethylamineSteareth-10Steareth-2Steareth-20Steareth-21Stearic acid Stearic acid or fatty acid (570)Stearoyl sarcosineStearyl alcoholStearyl dimethiconeStearyl heptanoateStearoyl Sarcosine Sucrose stearateSucroseesters of fatty acidsSulphonated Methyl Esters Surfactant CCGTaxanomicTEA-lauryl sulphateTEA-stearateTetradecyloctadecyl MyristateTocopheryl linoleateTriacetinTriacetin (1518)TribeheninTricaprylinTridecyl MyristateTristearinVeg-emulseVegetable emulsifierVegetable glycerinVegetable OilVitamin A palmitateYeast with 491Zinc MyristateZinc stearate  

Annika Whiston
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