Greenpeace activists hung a banner on a Yum Brands Inc. building in Louisville on Wednesday. Greenpeace accused the company of using chicken boxes containing Indonesian rain forest wood and destroying the habitat of the endangered Sumatran tiger.
Greenpeace activists hung a banner on a Yum Brands Inc. building in Louisville on Wednesday. Greenpeace accused the company of using chicken boxes containing Indonesian rain forest wood and destroying the habitat of the endangered Sumatran tiger. © Greenpeace
Greenpeace activists hung a banner on a Yum Brands Inc. building in Louisville on Wednesday. Greenpeace accused the company of using chicken boxes containing Indonesian rain forest wood and destroying the habitat of the endangered Sumatran tiger. © Greenpeace

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