World Wildlife Fund
- World Wildlife Fund is colluding with US pulp and paper industry and targeting big box store stationary retailers Office Depot, OfficeMax and Staples to cease sourcing paper products from Asia.
- WWF is a member of the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), a Mafioso type organization which shakes down developing world industry with no regard for the impact it has on people.
- In 2008, Australian tissue paper producers, Kimberly-Clark Australia (KCA) and SCA Hygiene, who paid £10 million to use WWF’s Global Forest and Trade Network logo, successfully lobbied the Australian government to impose trade restrictions on competing products being imported from China and Indonesia.
- The tactics of WWF demonstrates a clear objective to end paper imports from the market-place. WWF is engaged in the environmental equivalent of blackmail — greenmail — by hounding these companies, and seeking to destroy their customer base publicly, until they adopt its preferred green procurement policies
- This pressure is brought to bear against Indonesian and Chinese producers because legislation has failed in the past. Despite the clear decision of consumers and legislators that they approve of these products, Greenpeace and its partners have chosen to exert unilateral pressure on trade authorities to impose their will.