Rite Aid: Do the Rite thing for forests!

forest-destruction.jpgRite Aid, one of the largest pharmacy chains in North America, with over 4600 stores, purchases millions of pounds of paper a year for throwaway marketing materials.

Unlike other stores, Rite Aid does not have a paper policy that fully protects endangered forests and those that call it home. Much of the paper that Rite Aid uses for throwaway flyers was sourced from the Boreal forest, parts of which contain the habitat of threatened species like the woodland caribou.

Tell Rite Aid's CEO, Mr. John Standley, to adopt a paper policy that protects endangered forests.


Adopt a paper procurement policy that supports healthy forests

Dear Mr. Standley, Rite Aid CEO

I am asking Rite Aid to adopt a paper procurement policy that supports healthy forests and healthy communities.

[Your Name]
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