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Aug 22, 2012

Indonesia & World: Kentucky Fried Chicken and Rainforest Destruction

From: Rolf Skar, Greenpeace <webmaster@greenpeaceusa.org>
Date: Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 6:00 AM
Subject: A Shameful Silence


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Last week, over 40,000 online activists sent a message to KFC CEO David Novak asking him to end his company's relationship with rainforest destruction.

With only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, time is running out to save their forest homes from destruction for fast food packaging.

KFC is definitely feeling the heat. KFC restaurants in Indonesia have already cut business ties with notorious rainforest destroyer, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP). But there's been nothing but a shameful silence from the company's headquarters in Kentucky. That has to change.

It's only going to happen if we keep up the pressure. And that's exactly what we intend to do with your support.

Please make a donation of $5 so that we can continue to put pressure on KFC and save the Sumatran tiger from extinction.

With so few tigers left in the wild, and their habitat disappearing fast, it is important that we act now to protect them.

Greenpeace is funded by people, not corporations, and the success of this campaign depends on activists like you uniting to stand up to corporate greed.

With your support, we'll fight back with our expert staff on the ground, international market pressure from customers, and worldwide media exposure — but we need to do it now. The Indonesian rainforest, where the only wild Sumatran tigers left on the planet live, is being destroyed every day at an alarming rate.

For the price of a loaf of bread, please donate $5 today to help save the Sumatran tigers by getting KFC to end its relationship with rainforest destruction.

For the forests,

Rolf Skar
Greenpeace Forest Campaign Director
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