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Two Girl Scouts take on the Girl Scouts: Get rainforest-destroying palm oil out of GS cookies! | Women of Green

Two Girl Scouts take on the Girl Scouts: Get rainforest-destroying palm oil out of GS cookies!

Two courageous Girl Scouts, Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen, want your help. They are asking Girl Scouts USA CEO Kathy Cloninger to get rainforest-destroying palm oil out of Girl Scout cookies. The Girls Scout’s key mission is to empower young women to make a positive impact in the world. Too bad the organization has ignored them since their only meeting in 2008. So much for empowerment. Now Madison and Rhiannon have teamed up with the Rainforest Action Network to get their message out and plea heard. Stand with these girls to cut the ties that bind Girl Scouts to the endangerment of orangutans and the destruction of irreplaceable rainforests by signing a letter to Girl Scouts USA CEO Kathy Cloninger today at http://ran.org/girlscoutaction!

Watch these two girls in action.

 

 

3 Comments
  1. And while we’re at it, let’s remove the high fructose corn syrup. Aren’t we Girl Scouts about healthy bodies? The cookies have become an expensive embarrassment. I’d rather we sell lightbulbs or magazines nowadays. I’m a life member having solfataras my first Brownie Trefoils in 1957. It’s time we became about more than just cookies.

  2. Well said Sandra. We couldn’t agree with you more.

  3. Learn how poor kids in developing countries that are dependent on Palm Oil income to complete primary & secondary education then hopeful to graduate from the tertiary university education.

    They dream that one day they can live a modern life like Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen in a developed country.

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