Barbie’s Rainforest Packaging (cartoon)

Via Joe Mohr
on Jun 16, 2011
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You’d think a toy company like Mattel would have the foresight to realize they’d eventually be called out on this, (Thank you, Greenpeace!) as well as the money and knowledge to make their packaging from something a bit less middle-finger-to-the-world-esque…say, recycled Barbie dolls?

More on this Greenpeace campaign

Take Action: Tell Mattel to dump APP (Asia Pulp and Paper–key supplier driving Indonesian Rainforest destruction)!
Barbie’s fairytale interrupted by the roar of a thousand chainsaws
Online Campaign Against Mattel Silenced by Questionable Trademark Claims

Other Similar Campaigns to Protect the Rainforest

From the Rainforest Action Network: Disney’s doing it too! Paper linked to the destruction of Indonesian rainforests, species extinction, climate change and human rights abuses is finding its way into Disney books.

More related info…

From Treehugger: Globalized Beef, Palm Oil & Timber Corporations Now Main Cause of Tropical Deforestation
From PlanetSave: Benefits and Tradeoffs Both in Forest Carbon Storage

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About Joe Mohr

Joe (aka "Mean Joe Green") is a painter, illustrator, cartoonist, writer (ROBOT+BIKE=KITTEN), beekeeper, father and hubby who enjoys travelling, biking, walking and hiking. Joe’s environmental articles and cartoons can be found on Elephant Journal, Yes! magazine (print and online), Urban Conversion (PBS), The Center for Media and Democracy, Greenpeace, Natural Papa, Eco Child's Play, Ecolutionist, Ecopolitology, PlanetSave, and a few others. He also does an environmental kids cartoon series called “Hank D and the Bee”on NaturalPapa, EcoSnobberySucks, and EcoChildsPlay. Joe is proud to be the #1 individual cartoonist that shows up after Googling "Monsanto cartoon". Visit Joe's cartoon archive, twitter ramblings and Stumble Upon page.


One Response to “Barbie’s Rainforest Packaging (cartoon)”

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