27 Apr '11, 6pm

10-Year-Old Pressures KFC to Stop Destroying U.S. Forests (Video)

The company is said to source its packaging from paper companies, including International Paper, that are destroying endangered forests in North Carolina, where Cole lives. He, his sister Kaela, and friends Nik and Liam all contacted KFC but got no response, so decided to drive (with Cole's generous mother at the wheel) 350 miles to Louisville, Kentucky to deliver more than 6,000 postcards that they'd recruited 7 elementary schools to collect.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/04/10-year-old-press...

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