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At the World’s Largest Corporations, Personnel is Policy: That’s Why Responsible Investors Must Replace Climate Deniers on Corporate Boards

The world’s largest asset managers call the climate emergency one of the largest material risks to long-term corporate stability. Read More

A Climate of disinformation: Haters gonna hate, but social media companies force us to listen

Americans should demand that Facebook take a few simple steps to show they are serious about combatting disinformation. Read More

The human cost of a perfect lawn

Every year, 80 million pounds of pesticides are used on U.S. lawns to maintain attractive, lush greenery. In many cities across the country, Latinx immigrant workers are the primary labor force responsible for lawn care. Read More

California’s Paper Trail Leads to Rainforest Destruction in Sumatra – and Governor Newsom Has the Power to Change That

Consumers have the right to know where the products they buy come from and to trace them back to the source of the raw materials to ensure that they are not linked to anything dodgy, such as deforestation and human rights violations. Read More

Reasons Why Bees Are Dying

Explore the main four reasons why bees are dying and how you can help save our vital pollinators. Read More

Meijer, Target and Dollar Tree release new policies to help save the bees from toxic pesticides

Some food retailers are paying attention and beginning to step up to address the routine and unnecessary use of toxic pesticides in their supply chains. Read More

Save the Bees

The sad fact is that many pollinators are disappearing before our eyes -- especially honeybees and bumble bees. Why are bees dying? Read More

Why are Bees Important?

Bees and other pollinators are vital to the food we need to survive. As a keystone species, their importance cannot be overlooked. Read More

A climate justice user’s guide to the Manchin energy infrastructure bill

Look no further than Senator Joe Manchin’s Energy Infrastructure Act of 2021. This bill has Exxon’s fingerprints all over it. Read More

US Ports Poorly Address Environmental Justice Concerns

by Katie Chicojay-Moore, Oceans and Vessels Fellow Air pollution from large container ports has been a historically neglected environmental justice issue. Near-port communities tend to be communities of color, low-income, or otherwise disadvantaged and are disproportionately exposed to pollutants. While there have been significant efforts to reduce emissions from… Read More

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