MADI & RHIANNON TOMTISHEN
“If we want to preserve tropical forests and their human/biological inhabitants… we must transition to deforestation-free and socially-responsible sources of palm oil. Let’s clean up palm oil sources in our foods and cosmetics, for people, Orangs and rainforests!“
FOR SERVING ALL 49 FLY-IN COMMUNITIES OF THE NAN NATION
Madi and Rhiannon were preparing for their Girl Scout Bronze Award, when they discovered a shocking fact. And it was right in time for their favorite treat: Girl Scout cookies! The 11 year old friends were researching the endangered Orang Utan and found that the production of palm oil contributes to the destruction of the Orang Utan’s rainforest habitat. In a powerful online campaign, they mobilized over 70,000 people and generated such broad media coverage that Girl Scouts USA adopted a palm oil policy for their products as a result. This is a step in the right direction, but the girls are not done yet. They are now working to start a movement demanding traceable andresponsible palm oil sources to ensure the protection of the forests, animals, and people of Southeast Asia, South America and Africa. Join them in the fight!
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AGE : 11
- DO IT 55%
- REACH 65%
- EFFECTS 45%
- RISK 40%
Ok, they have demonstrated that teens can change industries – because they shit their pants imagining that kids and teens see the truth about the pain and massacres created by the companies creating meaningless mush – and shift away from the unhealthy dirty food and addiction – for their entire lives. Well, it is time to take this global and scale it big time! Stay tuned.
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