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Get Palm Oil Out of Our Thin Mints: Girl Scout Cookie Campaign Update

Girl scouts Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen update The Early Show on their campaign to get palm oil out of girl scout cookies.

Earlier this month, I wrote about Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen, the amazing Girl Scouts who are taking on the Girl Scouts USA organization for their continued use of rainforest destroying palm oil in their beloved cookies.

Their campaign seems to be picking up steam, and earlier this week Vorva and Tomtishen were featured on CBS' The Early Show. Here's the clip:

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Girl Scouts Are Awesome: Saving the Rainforest From Their Cookies

Two young scouts were horrified to learn of the terrible environmental impacts of their cookies. Here's how you can help them fix things.

Girl Scout cookies seem innocent enough. Besides the sugar and calories, what harm could they possibly cause? Quite a bit it turns out. Girl Scout cookies use a whole lot of palm oil, the controversial ingredient that is inextricably linked to rainforest destruction, violations of Indigenous rights, and the extinction of endangered species like orangutans, tigers, elephants, and rhinoceros.

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