Considering the wellbeing of life on our planet and the future of humankind, including the wellbeing of the citizens of Brazil, we strongly protest against the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest. We demand all the logging and burning to be ceased, as well as any remedies that could compensate for the damages to be implemented. We believe that the only effective way to accomplish this goal is to make the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest unprofitable. For these reasons:
- We appeal to all the citizens of the world to join the initiative “I do not agree, I do not buy, I send a postcard” and to follow the next steps:
- Refrain from buying certain food products coming from Brazil, including beef, pork, poultry, soy and palm oil, as well as other products produced from those or that contain them.
- Refrain from buying beef, pork and poultry produced at farms that use fodder of Brazilian origin.
- Prefer to buy products whose production process does not involve deforestation of the rainforests, which is confirmed by a reliable certificate, including Brazilian products with such a certificate.
- Inform the Brazilian embassy in their home country about their support for the initiative by sending a special postcard.
- Take a photo of themselves with a signed postcard, send the photo to us and spread the message on social media.
- We appeal to all the companies that produce and/or commercialize food to join the initiative “Amazon Friendly Product/Place”, encouraging in particular:
- Food producers – not to use intermediate products and fodder of Brazilian origin. Producers that follow these recommendations will have the right to mark their products with the symbol “Amazon Friendly Product”.
- Shop and sales network owners – not to sell food products of Brazilian origin nor products manufactured with the use of intermediate products and fodder of Brazilian origin. Stores that follow these recommendations will have the right to use the symbol “Amazon Friendly Shop/Store”.
- Restaurant and other eating establishment owners – not to use food products of Brazilian origin nor products manufactured with the use of intermediate products and fodder of Brazilian origin. Restaurants that follow these recommendations will have the right to use the symbol “Amazon Friendly Restaurant”.
- We intend to monitor the situation in other countries that have tropical rainforests within their borders and, if systematic destruction of these forests on a large scale is found, we would take similar steps as in the case of Brazil.
- We appeal to the legislative and supervisory organs of all the countries in the world to adopt legal acts which would force the food producers to inform the consumers if their products and/or their ingredients have grown in plantations founded due to the removal of the rainforest after the year 2018.
- We appeal to all the countries in the world that have tropical rainforests within their borders, including Brazil, to cease effectively their logging and burning. We also appeal to recover the lands devastated by logging and burning after the year 2018 by planting and then nurturing native tree species, in order to restore the rainforests as similar to the original ones as possible.
- We appeal to all the countries in the world that do not have tropical rainforests within their borders, as well as to individual persons, in a spirit of solidarity and responsibility, to financially support the countries which protect the rainforests and to donate money to all the actions aiming to restore the devastated rainforest ecosystems.
We urge all people of good will to sign and disseminate this Resolution, and to take all possible actions that may contribute to the implementation of its demands.
The campaign is organized by Blog of Robin Remus (Poland) and Operation NaturAlly (Portugal) as part of Extinction Rebellion civic actions.
|83||Pani Katarzyna C.||Poland||Jan 12, 2020|
|82||Pani Tomasz M.||Poland||Jan 10, 2020|
|81||Pan Krzysztof K.||Poland||Dec 09, 2019|
|80||Pan Tomasz N.||Polska||Nov 28, 2019|
|79||Pani Sonia K.||Polska||Nov 28, 2019|
|78||Pani Julia D.||Poland||Nov 26, 2019|
|77||Pani Ewa S.||Polska||Nov 26, 2019|
|76||Pan Krzysztof M.||Poland||Nov 26, 2019|
|75||Pani Cristina F.||Polska||Nov 25, 2019|
|74||Pani Ewa N.||Poland||Nov 25, 2019|
|73||Pani Aleksandra N.||Poland||Nov 25, 2019|
|72||Pan Rafał R.||Polska||Nov 25, 2019|
|71||Pani Iwona D.||Polska||Nov 24, 2019|
|70||Pani Agnieszka G.||Poland||Nov 23, 2019|
|69||Pani Paulina Z.||Polska||Nov 22, 2019|
|68||Pani Joanna M.||Polska||Nov 21, 2019|
|67||Pani Piotr N.||Polska||Nov 21, 2019|
|66||Pani Ilona K.||Poland||Nov 21, 2019|
|65||Pani Martyna W.||Polska||Nov 21, 2019|
|64||Pan Marcel P.||Poland||Nov 21, 2019|
|63||Pani Marta C.||Poland||Nov 14, 2019|
|62||Pani Aleksandra P.||Polska||Nov 13, 2019|
|61||Pani Magdalena K.||Poland||Nov 12, 2019|
|60||Pani Anna S.||Poland||Nov 08, 2019|
|59||Pani Anna C.||Polska||Nov 08, 2019|
Resolution in the Defense of the Amazon ForestRead the petition