Greenpeace called Barbie doll forest vandal


10/06/2011

Greenpeace on Wednesday accused the U.S. company "Mattel", the manufacturer of Barbie dolls in promoting the mindless destruction of carbon-rich forests of Indonesia, as well as protection of animals species put at risk - Sumatran tigers. A group of supporters of environmental protection said that the packaging used for Barbie and Ken dolls, contains products of Asian pulp and paper mill, which is damaging to the "known" Indonesia’s natural forest areas are shrinking, and so from year to year.


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