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Join the Twitter Storm

Thanks for joining our Twitter Storm! The goal today is to link PepsiCo’s Twitter handle - @PepsiCo - with the hashtag #ConflictPalmOil and to cause that hashtag to trend on Twitter.

By successfully linking @PepsiCo to #ConflictPalmOil, we’ll ensure that in the online space, PepsiCo can’t escape the devastation that its palm oil policies are causing - for workers, for forests, and for endangered species. We’ll also educate thousands of people who have never heard of Conflict Palm Oil before on the destruction it causes.

Taking part is simple - on this page, we have over 100 sample tweets you can click to post directly to Twitter. Clicking on any of the graphics here will also tweet those. Some top tips for helping to make this a huge success:

  • Please tweet as many of these as possible between 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific / 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, April 28, using the hashtag #ConflictPalmOil and the handle @PepsiCo.

  • The more you can tweet and engage with others during that time the bigger the impact.

  • Please include some of your own language. Twitter loves variety to know a conversation is important.

Here are some key tweets to retweet and sample tweets and images for you to share. Click on either the tweets or graphics to tweet directly, or modify these as you like.


Action Tweets:

Tweet about the recent action in New York City PepsicoTwitterJam_v12_TW.png



Workers' Rights Tweets:

Tweets to highlight Conflict Palm Oil’s links human rights abuses. 




What is Conflict Palm Oil?:

Educate folks about #ConflictPalmOil with these.



PepsiCo, Protect Forests:


PepsiCo, Protect Orangutans: 



PepsiCo, Protect Elephants:


Stand against exploitation of workers:


Stand against forced labor:


The RAN team stands with palm oil workers:



Solidarity Photos:

Hundreds of people worldwide have stood in solidarity with palm oil workers by taking a photo petition to be delivered to PepsiCo at the companies annual general meeting. Here are a few of our friends and allies. Please use any of the photos below to tweet out a message of solidarity with palm oil workers now.  

Click the photos below to tweet!


















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  • Franziska Hoven
    followed this page 2016-04-30 02:35:43 -0700
  • Simon Barton
    commented 2016-04-30 02:33:35 -0700
    A dedicated environmental campaigner dismissed this campaign as ‘clictivism’. Implying ineffectualness. I actually think that online campaigning is highly effective- targeting companies’ publicity dependence, and making it easier for more people to do more, etc. Could you address this issue of effectiveness in your materials, ideally with some sort of evidential analysis? Thanks, and carry on the great work.
  • Alicia de mena
    commented 2016-04-29 06:07:13 -0700
    Stop explotación and stop destroying the jungle ,the animals.and people who live there PepsiCo!!
  • liz wells
    commented 2016-04-29 05:46:45 -0700
    PepsiCo, stop destroying people’s lives, animal’s habitats and damaging our environment.
  • Marcus Calvin
    commented 2016-04-29 01:12:23 -0700
    Stop exploitation now…immediately…enough is enough, stop your greed for your own and your families sake, for crying out loud…STOP!!
  • L Black
    commented 2016-04-28 19:38:19 -0700
    Stop Pepsi Generation greed!
  • deborah marie
    commented 2016-04-28 15:25:28 -0700
    GO TEAM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEVER GIVE UP !!!!!!!!!!!
  • Glenn Martin
    commented 2016-04-28 15:03:54 -0700
    PepsiCo stop exploitation of the rain forest and its wildlife NOW.
  • Franziska Hoven
    commented 2016-04-28 14:30:12 -0700
    Enough is enough. @pepsico profits from #ConflictPalmOil. End human rights abuses! Act Now
  • Nick Simons
    commented 2016-04-28 13:59:49 -0700
    I support you from my heart though unable to financially, I’m overstretched as it is. Nick Simons
  • Lopamudra Mohanty
    commented 2016-04-28 12:05:45 -0700
    I stand with Rain Forest Action.
  • Colleen Humphries
    commented 2016-04-28 11:44:09 -0700
    Massive tweeting 4 change! #RAN, #ConflictPalmOil. Let’s make a difference. We need to look out for the next 7 generations and beyond. Tx #RAN 4 all U do!