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Greenpeace Protest Against P&G Spreads To London

March 7, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The Greenpeace protest against Procter & Gamble’s use of palm oil sourced from a questionable Indonesian supplier spread to London on March 7, when a P&G ad agency (Saatchi & Saatchi) was targeted. The company’s headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, was the first facility besieged recently when protesters entered the buildings surreptitiously and unfurled huge banners from 12 floors up. The London protest involved counting the number of people who entered agency doors marked with either “Protect Forests” or “Destroy Forests”. Greenpeace says the palm oil used in P&G brands comes from deforested areas of Indonesia that are home to Sumatran orangutans and tigers.
Barrett J. Brunsman, "Greenpeace protest against P&G goes global", Cincinnati Business Courier (Ohio), March 07, 2014, © American City Business Journals
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