The world's biggest palm oil agribusiness is destroying rainforests in Indonesia to make way for palm plantations -- even though it's against the law.
Last month, one of Wilmar International's suppliers was caught bulldozing crucial wildlife habitat -- the last place on earth where you can find endangered animals like Sumatran orangutans, tigers, elephants, and rhinos living together.
With your help, we can put pressure on the well-known companies that Wilmar supplies -- like Nestlé and Colgate-Palmolive -- to put a stop to this lawless destruction.
Thanks to grassroots pressure worldwide, the Indonesian government has placed a moratorium on new oil palm plantations. Wilmar itself has even pledged to stop its role in deforestation.
But -- in defiance of the law and Wilmar's promises -- one of the company's suppliers was filmed tearing down critical rainforest in the Leuser Ecosystem.
We can pressure Wilmar by pressuring the consumer brands it serves, including Nestlé and Colgate-Palmolive. We can use the same tactics that helped us get Starbucks, KFC, and McDonald's to commit to using 100 percent sustainable palm oil.
But we need your support to get to work immediately with high-impact actions.
In our work to save the rainforest from palm plantations, we've been up against powerful corporations before -- and we've won.
SumOfUs members came together against incredible odds to force some of the world's most influential companies -- like Starbucks and McDonald's -- to commit to using only responsibly-sourced palm oil.
We can do the same thing again, and force Wilmar to take responsibility and end this lawless destruction of rainforest.