Stop the Deforestation of Endangered Species' Habitats by Banning Unsustainable Palm-Oil.
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Yet again Hundreds of animals' homes are being destroyed in order for companies to reap a profit. Orangutans, Sumatran Elephants, Bornean Pygmy Elephants, Sumatran Rhinos, and Sumatran Tigers are all listed endangered or critically endangered according to the World Wildlife Foundation. This is because of the deforestation of their habitats for companies to obtain unsustainable palm oil- the world's most popular vegetable oil.
It is possible for Palm Oil to be sustainable but current production methods are wreaking havoc upon species that have no say in what is happening to the only homes they know. Large companies such as, but not limited to, McDonald's, Dairy Queen, Dominos, Wendy's, Walgreen's, Target, Clorox have little to no commitment to use deforestation-free palm oil according to the Union of Concerned Scientists.
On the other hand, there are companies that are committed to alternative methods to obtain sustainable palm oil for their products such as, but not limited to, Dunkin brands, Safeway, Nestle, Kelloggs, Pepsico, General Mills, and Loreal.
It is up to us, the people, to make informed decisions about the products we buy each and every day. Support the companies that are willing to use sustainable palm oil. Elect government officials that are willing to fight for the rights that are being ripped away from these endangered species. We need to come together to ensure that future generations won't have to Google pictures of Orangutans because they are extinct due to company's greed and our apathy. Let's make the right choice by speaking out for those that don't have a voice.
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