Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams
Major corporations involved with commodities like beef, palm oil, and soya pledged in 2010 to end deforestation over the next decade—but instead of fulfilling that promise, a new Greenpeace International analysis found the companies are set to destroy at least 50 million hectares of forest worldwide by 2020.
Read more via In Just One Decade, Corporations Destroyed 50 Million Hectares of Forest—An Area the Size of Spain — Waking Times
- The Facts:Pedophiles have latched onto videos of children, marking time stamps that show child nudity and objectifying the children on YouTube. Disney and Nestle have halted youtube adds as a result, but they have also been implicated in this type of activity.
- Reflect On:Is this simply a PR move to try and better the name of these corporations who have been implicated in pedophilia themselves by speaking out against it?
Read more: Disney & Nestle Pause Advertising After Reports of a Pedophile Network Rampant On Youtube — Collective Evolution
I en österrikisk dokumentär vid namn ”We Feed The World” (Vi Matar Världen) kastas det ett kritisk ljus på den växande massproduktionen av mat och dess industrialisering. Vi får bl.a se Nestlés VD Peter Brabeck likställa människor vid boskap, som t.ex inte har rätt till vatten. Den här nedsättande synen på människor verka vara den rådande normen bland samhällets toppskikt och så kallade ”ledare”. Henry Kissinger har även han likställt människor till ”useless feeders” bland många andra exempel. Video dokumentär
This eye-opening infographic by Oxfam International reveals that 10 companies control virtually the entire human food distribution system……Read more
via Meet the 10 Companies that Control Almost Every Food & Beverage Brand in the World — The Free Thought Project
“A new report is shining a spotlight on some of the most ruthless destruction of elephant habitat we’ve ever seen. And the massive forest clearance is linked to the suppliers of snack foods sold by companies like PepsiCo across the world.
A field investigation by our partners at Rainforest Action Network uncovered the devastating clearance of already endangered forests in the Leuser Ecosystem. The only place on earth where elephants, tigers, orangutans and rhinos live in the same forest, Leuser is considered one of the world’s top priority conservation areas. It’s also the source of drinking water and livelihoods for millions of people in the Indonesian province of Aceh.
But Leuser’s critical importance is apparently of no concern to rogue palm oil producer PT. ABN. The company has been illegally — and rapidly — turning lowland forests into palm oil plantations despite being ordered out by the Indonesian government. So who has been buying PT. ABN’s conflict palm oil? Wilmar palm oil refineries, supplier of brands like PepsiCo, McDonald’s, and Nestlé.
We can’t let mega-corporations like PepsiCo, Nestle, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, and McDonald’s sweep the destruction of this priceless ecosystem under the rug — Watch and Share.
California is currently in its fifth year of severe drought, which means all of California remains in a state of emergency. And it’s not just Californians who are impacted, because the state uses its minimal water supply to provide the entire nation with more food than any other state…..
Read more at: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/09/30/nestle-continues-stealing-worlds-water-while-california-suffers-serious-drought/