Joao is a forests campaigner for Greenpeace working to save Indonesian rainforests from deforestation.
Cargill, the largest importer of palm oil into the United States, one of the world’s largest commodities traders and a palm oil producer itself, made a pledge to ...On July 29, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
Greenpeace has an eye for spotting greenwashers. When a group of large palm oil producers including Sime Darby, KLK, and Asian Agri decided this week that it was ...On July 14, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
For years, this is known as a smoky, hazy time of year in Sumatra. And each year it’s getting worse. It’s the dry season, and hundreds of thousands of ...On June 2, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
It’s frustrating to think about the link between forest destruction and that bright yellow shampoo that miraculously allowed parents to wash their babies hair without igniting a burning-eyes ...On May 1, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
About 400,000 emails to Procter & Gamble’s CEO Thousands of phone calls to P&G offices around the world Dozens of protests throughout the planet 7300 Sumatran orangutans at ...On April 8, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
This week Greenpeace activists unfurled two 60-foot banners at Procter & Gamble’s global headquarters in Cincinnati, exposing the fact that P&G is putting the Sumatran Tiger’s survival on ...On March 6, 2014 / By Joao Talocchi
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.