THE KLEERCUT CAMPAIGN HAS ENDED IN VICTORY. THIS IS AN ARCHIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN.
There are people all over the world just like you who care about the environment and want to take action to stop Kimberly-Clark from trashing our forests. Now you can use the Kleercut Action Pack to help you organize likeminded people in your community to take Kimberly-Clark down!
Everything you always wanted to know about organizing but were afraid to ask
Have questions? Need materials? Want advice? We've gathered together everything you need to organize against Kimberly-Clark in your community, and put it together in one handy, downloadable package: behold the Kleercut Action Pack
The Action Pack is jammed full of resources, including:
Information and tips --
- How to start your own Kleercut campaign
- Action ideas for your campaign
- Tips for getting great media
- Tips for staging effective street theatre
- Speaking points for media interviews and talking to shoppers
Sample materials --
- Sample letter to the manager of a grocery store
- Sample letter to the CEO of Kimberly-Clark
- Sample letter to the editor
- Sample media advisory & media release
- Banner templates
- Sign-up sheet
And in case you still have questions or need support, the Action Pack also gives you the contact information you need to get in touch with Greenpeace organizers.
Over 20000 people have signed up to the Ancient Forest Defenders email list, and thousands more visit the website every month. Join it now - fill out the form just to the right of this page with your email address!
So get out there
Whether you're a seasoned activist or a have never been to a demonstration in your life, whether you're from a small town or a big city, you can start taking action against Kimberly-Clark in your community today. You can start small by going on a postering or stickering blitz, or you can go big by hanging a banner or holding a demo outside a grocery store. There are hundreds of things you can do - the only limit is your imagination.
Get an Action Pack, gather some friends, and show Kimberly-Clark that people across the world aren't willing to stand by while a multinational company destroys their forests.