That's why I work for Greenpeace’s forest campaign, urging major brands to recognize that forests — and those that call them home — cannot survive if we continue to consume them the way we do.
I knew that some companies disagree with us, and I found out almost one year ago that some will go as far as to bully and intimidate me with legal action.
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From this location, luxurious cruise ships representing Carnival and Royal Caribbean depart Galveston throughout the year. Wish you could be in the excitement on Bourbon Street then checkout the Bourbon Cam in front of Tropical Isle.This is the hots strip on Bourbon and you are bound to see some action.By the time my two-year-old daughter reaches high school, I hope there will be an end to deforestation, less forest degradation, and greater respect for the rights of Indigenous Peoples and other traditional forest communities. Forests are not cut or cleared for fun; they are exploited for goods marketed and sold to me and my friends and family in the United States.Whether it is tropical Ipe timber decking from the Amazon, shampoo and snack food made with Indonesian palm oil, or even the unsolicited junk mail flyer printed on virgin forest fiber that clogs our mailboxes — our spending power can contribute to forest destruction abroad and products harming the forest can end up in our homes.A process server delivered a 100-plus page lawsuit naming myself and three colleagues, in addition to Greenpeace USA, Greenpeace International, and Stand.earth.