Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Kimberly-Clark-in-Canada---Clipreel-27MZIFJXHBL8V.htmlConceptually similarCityTV News Toronto - KC Huntsville blockade reportGP0STRFGCCompleted★★★★Global News Toronto - KC Huntsville blockadeGP0STRFGHCompleted★★★★Clipreel: Boreal Forest - Canada (Direct Action) 2006-2007GP048KYCompleted★★★★CKVR A-Channel - KC Huntsville blockadeGP0STRFGDCompleted★★★★Waswanipi Road Blockade ClipreelGP04WVSCompleted★★★★CBC News - Greenpeace and Kimberly-Clark Reach AgreementGP0STRFRKCompleted★★★★Home Depot Action - Great Bear Rainforest (Clipreel)GP0STRFG1Completed★★★★CBC Canada Now - Greenpeace Launches Kleercut Campaign Against Kimberly-ClarkGP0STRFGACompleted★★★★Greenpeace Announces End of Kleercut Campaign against Kimberly Clark (PSA)GP0STRC2OCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STRBVLAction against Kimberly Clark in Canada - ClipreelGreenpeace activists blockade a Kimberly-Clark pulp mill in Huntsville, Ontario. Clipreel and soundbite from Greenpeace campaigner.Locations:Canada-HuntsvilleDate:27 Apr, 2006Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:6m19sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREELKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Banners-Boreal forests-Chaining actions-Clearcutting-Climbing actions-Day-Direct communications-Factories-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-Kimberly-Clark-KWCI (GPI)-Non-violent direct actions-Outdoors-Police-Railways-WomenShoot:Action against Kimberly Clark Plant in Canada (Video)Greenpeace activists blockade the Kimberly-Clark plant in Huntsville, Ontario. Activists stopped all shipments of goods entering and leaving the factory via train and truck. Other volunteers occupied the rooftop of the factory and a larger banner reading 'Kimberly Clark and Kleenex: Stop Destroying the Boreal Forest.' The fibre used to manufacture tissue products in this factory, including Kleenex facial tissue, comes from the ancient Boreal forests in Ontario, Canada. Greenpeace is demanding that the company stop making Kleenex and other disposable tissue products from clearcut ancient forests, including Canada’s Boreal. The action took place on the same day as Kimberly-Clark’s annual shareholder meeting in Irving, Texas.