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Nestlé needs to give rainforests a break by Chuck Baclagon

Need a break? Before you have one with a Kit Kat watch this video – ‘Have a break?‘ We need your help to get the rainforests a break and to help you spread the word we’ve launched this video spoof. It exposes the true cost behind having a break the Kit Kat way: you could be taking a bite out of Indonesia’s precious rainforests, thanks to Nestlé, maker of Kit Kat, using palm oil that comes from forest destruction.

This morning, protests took place across Europe as around 100 Greenpeace activists, some dressed as orang-utans, went to Nestlé’s headquarters and factories in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. They called on Nestlé staff to urge the company to stop using palm oil that’s the result of forest destruction.

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Greenpeace and Yahoo! launch guerrilla campaign to save orang-utans, tigers and forests by Chuck Baclagon
ldlife. Upon clicking through, you are led to a takeover page that looks exactly like Yahoo’s search site. However, the photos disappear as fast as Indonesia’s forests.

Upon clicking through, you are led to a takeover page that looks exactly like Yahoo’s search site. However, the photos disappear as fast as Indonesia’s forests.

They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Yet what if there were no more forests to photograph? No more amazing images of animals to be found. No tigers. No orangutans. No trees.

Greenpeace, Yahoo!, Bates 141, PhotoLibrary and Free Range Creative launched an interactive guerrilla campaign to gather global support for the vanishing forests and endangered animals in Indonesia. And it’s unlike anything you have ever seen. In an innovative use of Yahoo’s photo search, banners and keys words promise to show you amazing photos of Indonesia’s natural beauty: its incredible scenery and magnificent wildlife. Upon clicking through, you are led to a takeover page that looks exactly like Yahoo’s search site. However, the photos disappear as fast as Indonesia’s forests. You are then given a choice. Help Greenpeace stop deforestation. Or do nothing and resume the search. Hopefully most people choose the first option. Continue reading