Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-Against-Mattel-in-Helsinki-27MZIFISHN_6.htmlConceptually similarProtest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EJXCompleted★★★★Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EJYCompleted★★★★★★Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EK0Completed★★★★Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EK4Completed★★★★Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EK5Completed★★★★Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGP02EK1Completed★★★★Action at Mattel in AustraliaGP02ENYCompleted★★★★Action at Mattel in AustraliaGP02EO2Completed★★★★★★Action at Mattel in AustraliaGP02ENZCompleted★★★★View AllGP02EJZProtest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGreenpeace activists, dressed as Barbie and Sumatran tigers protest against Mattel outside a BR lelut in central of Helsinki with a banner which reads: “Barbaric”. The activity in Helsinki is part of a worldwide Greenpeace campaign to stop toy companies driving deforestation in Indonesia. Packaging for Mattel's "Barbie" doll, the most famous toy in the world, is produced using pulp from the rainforests of Indonesia, home to endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger.Locations:Finland-Helsinki-Nordic CountriesDate:8 Jun, 2011Credit:© Greenpeace / Patrik RastenbergerMaximum size:2800px X 1867pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Animal likeness-Asia Pulp and Paper (APP)-Banners-Barbie (Mattel product)-Chainsaws-Day-Deforestation-Direct communications-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Mattel-Paper industry-Shops-Street theatre actions-Theatrical costumes-Tigers-Tropical rainforests-WomenShoot:Protest Against Mattel in HelsinkiGreenpeace activists protesting against Mattel, the manufacturer of Barbie, in front of toyshops in Helsinki, Finland. Greenpeace investigators used forensic testing to reveal that the packaging for Mattel's Barbie dolls comes from Indonesia's rainforests. They also used a combination of investigation, mapping data and traced company certificates to show that Mattel, along with other toy companies including Disney, are using packaging produced by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP). APP has been exposed many times for wrecking Indonesia's rainforests to make products such as packaging.