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Greenpeace's toilet paper crusade
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Thursday, 05 August 2010 14:44
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TPGreenpeace is obsessed with poo.  I'm serious—they can't seem to leave this rather private time alone.  First it was the legislation saying how much water Americans can use in our toilets, and now in Australia they've moved on to toilet paper.  The Sustainable Development Project has reported that environmentalist groups are pushing for trade barriers on certain home goods, like toilet paper.

These trade barriers would increase the cost of toilet paper by 42 percent.  Worse, it would steal jobs from developing countries, proving yet again that environmentalists do not care about bringing jobs to those who need them most.

You can read the whole report here.

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