Procter & Gamble

Palm oil ecocide and animal extinction sponsored by Procter & Gamble

Despite decades of promises to end deforestation for palm oil Procter & Gamble or (P&G as they are also known) have continued sourcing palm oil that causes ecocide, indigenous landgrabbing, and the habitat destruction of the rarest animals on earth.

All of these animals are on a knife-edge of survival. It is for this reason, we boycott Procter &Gamble. Find out about their forest destroying activities below and what you can do to stop them by using your wallet as a weapon. it’s the #Boycott4Wildlife

Despite decades of promises to end #palmoil #deforestation and @RSPOtweets greenwashing @ProcterGamble continues with ecocide and deforestation for palm oil putting 1000s of species close to extinction. #Boycottpalmoil #Boycott4Wildlife

In 2014, Procter & Gamble were presented with an award for deforestation by Greenpeace at their AGM

Fast forward almost a decade: nothing has changed at all…

Procter & Gamble linked to deforestation and ecocide and human rights abuses for palm oil

A Chain Reaction Report from 2021 showed that they have 46,000ha of deforestation in their palm oil supply chain.

Stand Earth - Palm oil and paper sourcing by Procter and Gamble report.image
  • Sources palm oil from 22 Indonesian producers engaged in on-going peatland destruction, some under government indictment.
  • A September 2020 investigation by the Associated Press found that
    more than 100 current and former workers from two dozen palm oil companies had been cheated, threatened, held against their will or forced to work off insurmountable debts. Others said they were harassed by authorities and detained in government facilities.
  • In Malaysia, P&G’s palm oil suppliers like FGV and Sime Darby are linked to forced labor and human trafficking and U.S. Customs and Border Protection has blocked palm oil imports from them.
  • P&G has refused to meet with impacted communities in conditions that guarantee their security and anonymity, and arbitrarily picks the communities it consults with.

Use your wallet as a weapon and boycott these brands owned by Procter & Gamble

Procter and Gamble - products and brands
  • Aussie
  • SK-II
  • Always
  • Always Discreet
  • Pampers
  • Ariel Tide Whisper
  • Gillette
  • Gillette Venus
  • Herbal Essences
  • Pantene
  • Ambi Pur
  • Oral-B
  • Vicks
  • Olay
  • Tampax
  • Bold 2in1
  • Downy
  • Head & Shoulders
  • Rejoice
  • Vidal Sasson
  • Ambi Pur
  • Sangobion
  • Neurobion
  • Sevenseas
  • Dolo Neurobion
  • Iliadin
  • Hemobion
  • Cavit D3
  • Old Spice

Tell P&G to stop destroying rainforests for palm oil

Procter & Gamble is destroying tropical rainforests to produce conflict palm oil and it’s harming the planet, surrounding communities, and endangered wildlife who call these intricate ecosystems home.

We must demand that Procter & Gamble prioritize our PLANET above PROFIT and STOP wiping out the world’s last standing forests.

Other global brands to boycott

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Published by Palm Oil Detectives

Hi, I’m Palm Oil Detective’s Editor in Chief. Palm Oil Detectives is partly a consumer website about palm oil in products and partly an online community for writers, scientists, conservationists, artists and musicians to showcase their work and express their love for endangered species. I have a strong voice for creatures great and small threatened by deforestation. With our collective power we can shift the greed of the retail and industrial agriculture sectors and through strong campaigning we can stop them cutting down forests. Be bold! Be courageous! Join the #Boycott4Wildlife and stand up for the animals with your supermarket choices

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