Sunday, April 27, 2008

Turning Ad On Dove! It is an onslaught(er)

In just a few sentences, what is the problem?

Unilever, the company behind products like Dove soap, is driving forest destruction and speeding up climate change by buying palm oil from companies which are destroying Indonesia's rainforests to make way for palm oil plantations. By their own admission, Unilever is the biggest single user of palm oil in the world.

Unilever pretends to be an environmentally responsible company, but what it is actually responsible for is destroying areas of rainforest, driving species extinction and speeding up global warming. Being one of the biggest users of palm oil on the planet, Unilever must stop buying palm oil from these companies and call for a halt on the destruction of Indonesian forests to grow palm oil.

Talk to Dove before they destroy Paradise Forests:

Unilever, the makers of Dove beauty products, are buying palm oil from suppliers who destroy Indonesia's rainforests. We've got the proof. They're causing forest destruction, species extinction and climate change.
About the music:
The song's called "There They Go". It was made specifically for the Greenpeace video by a Czech band called Ohm Square.
This ad by Dove prompted Greenpeace to crate the above;

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