The Last Tree

scorp-section-eight-logoI have sat for a few days listening to my friend, Mark of Outback Africa, talk about how the Kalahari was 15 years ago. It is still a wild hard place, but not like then, it is disappearing fast.

The American Indians said:

When all the trees have been cut down,
when all the animals have been hunted,
when all the waters are polluted,
when all the air is unsafe to breathe,
only then will you discover you cannot eat money.


Crunchy, chocolatey, forest destruction – brought to you by Nestlé.

Nestlé wants you to have a break by having a Kit Kat – but Kit Kats contain palm oil from companies that are trashing Indonesian rainforests, speeding up climate change, threatening the livelihoods of local people and pushing orang-utans towards extinction.

Nestlé is the largest food and drink company in the world – but it continues to ignore the worst offenders which supply its palm oil. Today we are launching a campaign to ask Nestlé to stop buying palm oil that comes from destroyed forests!

Having that care-free break with a Kit Kat bar isn’t so care-free – when it means taking a bite of Indonesia’s precious rainforest …

*Just as this mail was being sent* – our video was removed from YouTube where it was originally uploaded. You can still watch it on our Kit Kat landing page – where it is being embedded from Vimeo. Please help us make sure this video is seen by as many people as possible, please share it and embed it far and wide!

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