The Canadian boreal forest is not disposable



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We’re sending a message to Dunkin’ Donuts: it’s time for them to join the movement for a #BetterCup. Will you join us?

Dunkin’ claims that they’re committed to sustainability, but there’s a big donut-shaped hole at the center of that claim. Their paper cups are supplied by companies linked to the destruction of the Canadian boreal forest, one of the most important forests on the planet.

Tell Dunkin’ that the Canadian boreal is not disposable.

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The boreal is iconic: stretching from coast to coast, it’s the largest remaining intact forest on the planet and makes up more than half of Canada’s land mass. Hundreds of Indigenous Nations rely on the boreal for their ways of life. The forest is home to endangered wildlife like boreal caribou, who need large tracts of healthy forest to survive. And it stores more carbon than all the tropical rainforests in the world combined, making it essential to fight climate catastrophe.

So why would an American

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