I agree with the above privacy policy. My data will be stored for the duration of this campaign. I give my permission to create an EU Login account on my behalf in order to participate in the EU consultation. I am aware that my data given here will be transferred to and managed by the European Commission for the public consultation. I allow the European Commission to publish my reply anonymously.
Read the answers that will be sent to the European Commission on your behalf.
Oops, something went wrong. Please refresh or try again later.
Please fill in all required fields.
It seems you have already participated with this email address.
To continue, you have to agree with our privacy policy.
Sorry, it seems your email address is not correct.
Please verify if your entries are correct.
* Required fields
1,193,652 people have had their say. Help us reach 1,200,000 people!

Triple your impact!

Don’t forget to check your mailbox (and spam folder) and confirm your newsletter subscription.
Thank you for taking part in this action to protect forests! Help us spread the word. Ask your friends to join.
Download this image and share on Instagram.
Did you know our food contains ingredients linked to deforestation? Take action and ask the EU to stop this now! together4forests.eu
share instagram
1,193,652 × Thank you · Tak · Danke · Ευχαριστούμε · Gracias · Kiitos · Merci · Hvala · Köszönjük · Grazie · Bedankt · Dziękuję · Obrigado · Mulțumim · Tack


Climate change, raging forest fires, and sprawling agriculture are wiping out our planet’s forests, savannahs and other precious ecosystems.

This devastation of nature is happening fast - and it is directly connected to the meat, dairy, palm oil, coffee and chocolate we eat in Europe. From the Amazon to the Asian rainforests, the EU is responsible for more than 10% of global forest destruction. 

Your local milk could come from cows fed on soy from land once covered in spectacular forests. The cookies you love may contain unsustainable palm oil or cocoa cultivated on land snatched from Indigenous Peoples.

The EU has the power to help stop this destruction: It can do this by passing a new law that would stop products linked to the destruction of nature from ending up on the EU’s supermarket shelves.

Through the #Together4Forests campaign, more than 1 million people demanded a strong, new EU law to protect the world’s forests and other ecosystems, and fed straight into the European Commission’s public consultation on deforestation. These were handed over to the European Commission on Monday 14 December in an online event. Hear what Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the European Green Deal, and Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius, EU Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries had to say in the video below. 

We thank each and every one of you for your support - together, you sent a powerful message: It’s time for the EU to stop being part of the problem, and become part of the solution.

We will be there every step of the way to ensure the EU follows through and comes up with a strong, ambitious legislative proposal in 2021 - watch this space!