• Environmental Group Giving P&G's Charmin "Golden Chainsaw ...

    Aug 26, 2020· It's the second year in a row Charmin has gotten an "F" on the National Resources Defense Council's "The Issue with Tissue" report for using fiber from Canada's boreal forest in its TP

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  • A 'loo-minating' report looks at the climate costs of ...

    At 71 rolls, France uses half what the U.S. does, less than Spain and about the same as Italy. What the NRDC stresses in the 30-page report is that toilet paper is no laughing matter when it comes to the environmental harm it's causing. That's because of the way its wood-pulp ingredients are sourced.

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    Have you ever wondered what you use to clean your house, if its safe or if its harmful for your septic tank? As you may already be aware that some products that you use contain chemicals. These chemicals in products kill the bacteria. Which can upset the balance in .

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  • Why I Gave Up Toilet Paper—And You Should Too

    Canada's boreal forest, which covers almost 60 percent of our country, is the most carbon-dense forest ecosystem on earth, each year removing 24 million cars' worth of carbon dioxide from the ...

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  • Procter & Gamble faces mounting criticism over its 'Our ...

    Concerns over company's destructive forestry and poor labor practices come as executives face important shareholder vote ... Canada's climate leadership. Canada's tar sands. LNG and fracking in BC ... Stop oil trains. Forest Conservation. Amazon Sacred Headwaters. Charmin Toilet Paper. Disposable cups. Forests and wood pellets. Primary and ...

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  • Luxury toilet paper is leading to deforestation in Canada

    High demand for luxury toilet paper is ruining Canada's forests according to a new report. ... this puts native species like the lynx and boreal caribou at risk, while harming Indigenous communities.

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  • Toilet paper use in the United States is destroying Canada ...

    Toilet paper use in the United States is destroying Canada's forests, two international environmental groups say. The leading toilet paper, tissue and paper towel brands use only fibre pulp, mostly from old boreal forests

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  • Which Eco-Friendly Toilet Paper is the Best?

    11/1/2017· Some toilet paper comes from second-growth forests, but much is still created from, boreal forests. Luckily, if you don't want to wipe away our natural habitats, and want to reduce your impact on climate change, there are some great options out there. Start with a composting toilet if you can, and make sure your loo paper is green.

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  • Strategic lessons from toilet paper - successful GREEN

    Instead, the companies use paper from clear-cut ancient trees in the Canadian boreal forest, the so-called "Amazon of the North." "This destructive 'tree-to-toilet pipeline' does massive harm to Indigenous Peoples and iconic species like the boreal caribou and Canada lynx," the press release said.

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  • Which Toilet Paper Is the Most Sustainable, According to ...

    Anthony Swift, director of the NRDC's Canada Project, explained exactly why cutting down forests is so bad for the planet, even though trees are a renewable resource."Most Americans probably do not know that the toilet paper they flush away comes from ancient forests, but clear-cutting those forests is costing the planet a great deal," he said in a statement.

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  • The Great Bidet Boom — Sustainability Alliance

    Jun 10, 2020· Other than the TP shortage, there are other reasons to get one. The major brands of toilet paper come from trees, and the soft ones use trees from Canada's crucial boreal forest. It takes an estimated 37 gallons of water to make just one roll of toilet paper. Let's say that's a two-ply roll with 450 sheets. If you wanted to match the ...

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  • Americans Are Reportedly Using Too Much Toilet Paper And ...

    The U.S.'s significant toilet paper use leads to harmful consequences to Canadian forests and habitats."This destructive 'tree-to-toilet pipeline' does massive harm to Indigenous Peoples and iconic species like the boreal caribou and Canada lynx," reads the report. "Canada's boreal forest also stores nearly two times as much carbon as is in ...

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  • Advocacy Groups, Indigenous Leaders Critique Procter ...

    Oct 07, 2020· In Canada, Procter & Gamble's flagship brands like Charmin toilet paper and Bounty paper towels are driving the loss and fragmentation of the boreal forest — a climate-critical ecosystem known as the "Amazon of the north" that stores more carbon per .

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  • What's Harmful, and What's Safe For Your Septic Tank ...

    Have you ever wondered what you use to clean your house, if its safe or if its harmful for your septic tank? As you may already be aware that some products that you use contain chemicals. These chemicals in products kill the bacteria. Which can upset the balance in .

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  • Venezuela – An Economic Catastrophe In Images The .

    In fact, Procter & Gamble is driving the devastation of one of the last great forests on earth to produce Charmin, the world's biggest toilet paper brand — made out of 100 percent forest fiber. Now we're running out of time: Between 1996 and 2015, more than 28 million acres of Canada's boreal .

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  • Exorbitant toilet paper use by Americans wiping out ...

    "Canada's boreal forest also stores nearly two times as much carbon as is in all the world's recoverable oil reserves combined," the study says. "Toilet paper and tissue manufacturers continue to rely on forests even though they have the resources and means to create and deliver products with recycled and responsibly sourced content ...

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  • (PDF) From the Ground Up: The Story of the Canadian .

    Canada's Boreal forest and the role and structure of the forest industry in Canada are explained, as well as some of the history of conflicts over land-use, and the state of legislation and planning

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  • Greenpeace and Kimberly-Clark Settle Feud - The New York .

    8/5/2009· The toilet paper giant Kimberly-Clark is turning over a green leaf, so to speak.. The maker of such mega-selling paper product brands as Kleenex and Cottonelle, long the target of environmentalists for their use of timber, said that within two years 40 percent of the fiber in their North American division will either be from recycled sources, or stock certified by the Forest Stewardship ...

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  • Does P&G deserve an 'F' for toilet paper sustainability ...

    Feb 20, 2019· "I am horrified that Charmin and other leading brands are making toilet paper out of trees clear cut from ancient boreal forests," said Tzeporah Berman, Stand.earth's international program ...

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  • Which Toilet Paper Is the Most Sustainable, According to ...

    Anthony Swift, director of the NRDC's Canada Project, explained exactly why cutting down forests is so bad for the planet, even though trees are a renewable resource."Most Americans probably do not know that the toilet paper they flush away comes from ancient forests, but clear-cutting those forests is costing the planet a great deal," he said in a statement.

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  • Charmin, Angel Soft slammed for destructive procurement in ...

    Feb 21, 2019· The report largely focuses on the impact of the paper industry on the Boreal forest in Canada, since Canada is the world's largest producer of northern bleached softwood kraft (NBSK) pulp. "" pulp derives directly from cut trees after a water- and energy-intensive process to remove cellulose from the wood.

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  • Why I Gave Up Toilet Paper—And You Should Too

    Canada's boreal forest, which covers almost 60 percent of our country, is the most carbon-dense forest ecosystem on earth, each year removing 24 million cars' worth of carbon dioxide from the ...

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  • Care of Creation – St. John's Church

    Single Use Paper Towels Have A Big Impact. Clean, white, absorbent paper towels are a mainstay in most kitchens, but they come at an environmental, if not financial, cost. In the US, much of the fiber likely comes from boreal forests in Canada. mature trees cut down for the purpose. While some.

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  • Fewer trees, less undergrowth: Study says wildfires ...

    Jan 12, 2020· The increasing frequency of wildfires in Canada's boreal forest may be permanently changing one of the largest intact ecosystems left on Earth, research suggests. ... How a toilet paper boom .

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    Treat your mind, body and wallet how they deserve with Costco's great deals on organic foods and dietary products. Shop online at Costco.ca today!

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  • Unrolling Charmin's Sustainability Claims - Solid Waste ...

    Nov 22, 2019· Charmin is America's leading toilet paper brand, but it's at the back of the pack when it comes to sustainability. Earlier this year, NRDC and Stand.earth released "The Issue with Tissue: How Americans are Flushing Forests Down the Toilet," a report laying bare the disastrous impacts America's tissue production is having on Canada's boreal forests and other forest ecosystems around ...

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  • Consumers' use of toilet paper wiping out habitat, heating ...

    Feb 21, 2019· Single-use tissue products such as toilet paper used in the United States are made from wood pulp, mostly derived from logging in the old-growth northern, or boreal, forest in Canada, where logging companies clear cut more than a million acres (405,000 hectares) every year, the NRDC said.

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  • Is American toilet paper use harming Canadian forests ...

    FARGO — A recent report from the Natural Resources Defense Council found America's heavy use of toilet paper could be harming Canadian forests. ... acres of boreal ... of Canada getting logged. ...

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  • U.S use of toilet paper wiping out Canada's forests – RCI ...

    Feb 26, 2019· It seems "cleanliness" comes at a substantial hidden cost. Concerns are being raised once again in the latest report on consumption of toilet paper and other tissue and the harm done to forests.

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  • "Issue with Tissue" Sustainability Scorecard Flunks ...

    Feb 20, 2019· This destructive "tree-to-toilet pipeline" does massive harm to Indigenous Peoples and iconic species like the boreal caribou and Canada lynx. Canada's boreal forest also stores nearly two ...

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  • How Toxic Is Your Toilet Paper? Investigation of Brands

    Apr 16, 2019· According to a report by the National Resources Defense Fund, "industrial logging claims more than a million acres of boreal forest every year, equivalent to seven National Hockey League rinks each minute, in part to meet demand for tissue products in the United States. " Long story short, if you want to become part of this solution, looking for alternatives would be the way to go.

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