1. Reblogged from: skate-high
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Little Flint introduces himself, but Mother Flo keeps a protective hold around his waist. Jane Goodall extends the back of her hand, fingers turned away, telling Flo that she intends no harm
National Geographic | December 1965

    Little Flint introduces himself, but Mother Flo keeps a protective hold around his waist. Jane Goodall extends the back of her hand, fingers turned away, telling Flo that she intends no harm

    National Geographic | December 1965

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  3. "I’m here because I really feel that every major social movement in this country has come when people get together. It begins on the streets." - Carol Sutton, teachers’ union president.

I saw this article about the People’s Climate March on Sunday in the New York Times. So proud of some of my followers who went and wish I could have been there!

    "I’m here because I really feel that every major social movement in this country has come when people get together. It begins on the streets." - Carol Sutton, teachers’ union president.

    I saw this article about the People’s Climate March on Sunday in the New York Times. So proud of some of my followers who went and wish I could have been there!

  4. Confused about what brands are “actually” using sustainable palm oil? Here’s a quick picture with the terms to find. Happy shopping!
Source (x)

    Confused about what brands are “actually” using sustainable palm oil? Here’s a quick picture with the terms to find. Happy shopping!

    Source (x)

  5. Only after the last tree has been cut down. Only after the last river has been poisoned. Only after the last fish has been caught. Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.
    Cree Prophecy
  6. onegreenplanet:

Algae May Someday Replace Dairy, Eggs and Palm Oil in Baked Goods
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  7. dakotapuma:

 Deforestation in Borneo 1950 - 2020
—Say No to Palm Oil

    dakotapuma:

     Deforestation in Borneo 1950 - 2020

    Say No to Palm Oil

    Reblogged from: dakotapuma
  8. onegreenplanet:

Shocking Photos That Illustrate the Reality of Deforestation
    Reblogged from: onegreenplanet
  9. onegreenplanet:

Now Palm Oil is Also Killing Indonesia’s Elephants
    Reblogged from: onegreenplanet
  10. Palm oil facts:

    * 90 per cent of Sumatra’s orangutan population has disappeared since 1900. They now face extinction

    * 90 per cent of wildlife disappears when the forest is replaced by palm, creating a biological desert

    * 98 per cent of Indonesia’s forests may be destroyed by 2022 according to the United Nations

    * 43 of Britain’s 100 top grocery brands contain or are thought to contain palm oil

    The Independent. Warning, article will infuriate. (via climateadaptation)
    Reblogged from: climateadaptation
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