Osocio NL

The milk ad they don’t want you to see

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 8-10-2010 12:01 | Category: Environment



The campaign from Greenpeace against the Nestle palm oil policy was a big succes. Remember the Have a break? campaign?

Greenpeace New Zealand is trying to do same against Fonterra, the multinational dairy company, calling for an end to its use of palm kernels, which they says contributes to the destruction of rainforests.

Fonterra slammed the video as an “appalling” publicity stunt.
Fonterra spokesman Graeme McMillan: “From our perspective, it’s another publicity stunt by Greenpeace - just another publicity stunt - and I think New Zealanders will see straight through it. It’s designed to shock.”

Greenpeace Climate Campaigner Simon Boxer: “It isn’t a call to boycott Fonterra products, but to get them to change company policy.”



Advertiser:
Greenpeace New Zealand
Source:
NZ Herald




Comments


Comments about The milk ad they don’t want you to see

Visceral. Nice. More please.

Posted by reuben | 8-10-2010 20:54



My comment



Comment:




Your comment will not be visible until a moderator approves it.








Some rights reserved 2005-2013 Osocio/Houtlust.
Disclaimer. Terms of use. Privacy statement.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.







Support us

Do you like our blog? Support us with a donation.
We're non-commercial. We all make Osocio pro bono in our spare time and we can use some support.





image of a graduation cap

Recent in Academy


Does social media have the power to change the world?

Does social media have the power to change the world? The answer is yes. But there are still many obstacles, like censorship and literacy. Three-fifths of the world’s population is not connected. This video from the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia is a animated infographic…
Read more

Does Media Matter for International Development?

‘Does Media Matter for International Development?’ is a rhetorical question. From encouraging charitable donations and delivering public health messages to promoting democratic participation and state accountability; the media can play a crucial role in development. How should we respond to the growing importance of the media - including journalism, radio,…
Read more


About Osocio

Osocio is dedicated to social advertising and non-profit campaigns. It’s the place where marketing and activism collide. Formerly known as the Houtlust Blog, Osocio is the central online hub for advertisers, ad agencies, grassroots, activists, social entrepreneurs, and good Samaritans from around the globe.
Read more

(the about page is also available in Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese 汉语/漢語, Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano, Nihongo 日本語, Ivrit עברית, Filipino, Polski, Português, Russian Русский язык, Slovenčina, Suomi, Svenska and Türkçe)