Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forest-Action-at-Kimberly-Clark-in-CA-27MZIFLWTRHB.htmlConceptually similarForest Action at Kimberly-Clark in CAGP01K9DCompleted★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in CAGP01K9CCompleted★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in CAGP01K9ECompleted★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in TNGP022RMCompleted★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in TNGP022RXCompleted★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in TNGP022RZCompleted★★★★Action against Kimberly Clark in CanadaGP018CVCompleted★★★★Action against Kimberly Clark in CanadaGP0STPIY5Completed★★★★Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in TNGP022RPCompleted★★★★View AllGP01K9BForest Action at Kimberly-Clark in CAGreenpeace activists stage a lockdown at an entrance to the Kimberly-Clark facility in Fullerton in an effort to convince the company to utilize more recycled materials in its products. They display banners reading 'Forest Crime Scene' and a wheelbarrow of 'Evidence' containing Kimberly-Clark products that are not recycled but should be.Locations:California-Fullerton-North AmericaDate:24 Jul, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Phil McCartenMaximum size:2100px X 1500pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Chaining actions-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Gates-Greenpeace activists-Kimberly-Clark-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Paper industry-Petitions-Props-Shadows-Trees-WheelbarrowsShoot:Forest Action at Kimberly-Clark in CaliforniaGreenpeace activists stage a lockdown at the entrance to the Kimberly-Clark processing facility in an effort to convince the company to utilize more recycled materials in its products. The action is part of an international campaign to force Kimberly-Clark to stop purchasing pulp from destructive logging operations in Canada’s Boreal Forest for its disposable products such as Kleenex and Cottonelle. The activists chained themselves to toilets and carried thousands of petitions. They blocked the entrance before being arrested for trespassing by local police.