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Bee Habitat Loss
Bee Habitat Loss

Bee populations are in decline, in part because of habitat loss and destruction. Find out more about why it’s happening and the impacts.

Will consumer goods companies ensure justice for communities that have been robbed of their lands and livelihoods?
Will consumer goods companies ensure justice for communities that have been robbed of their lands and livelihoods?

If a destructive palm oil company is suspended by consumer goods giants for land grabbing and human right abuses, will we finally get our land back?

Why is Roundup Still Being Sold?
Why is Roundup Still Being Sold?

The popular herbicide is still being sold despite over 125,000 lawsuits. Explore how dangerous this product truly is.

It’s time for Kroger to do better by the bees.

Have you ever walked into your favorite grocery store only to see some of your favorite foods missing in the produce section? Unfortunately, this could become commonplace if we don’t end the use of toxic pesticides in our food system.

Monarch Butterfly Endangered 
Monarch Butterfly Endangered 

In July 2022 monarch butterflies were classified as endangered. This iconic insect is teetering on the brink, but you can help. Find out how.

Ports Need to Take Advantage of Inflation and Infrastructure Funding
Ports Need to Take Advantage of Inflation and Infrastructure Funding

Ports serve as crucial nodes in the global trade network. Transportation is the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. Although medium- and heavy-duty trucks used at ports and along freight corridors account for about only 10% of vehicles, they contribute about 29% of all transportation GHG emissions. These emissions disproportionately impact portside communities,…

Advocacy steps for plant-based school food

We launched a campaign to increase the number of plant-based meals offered in our cafeteria and raise awareness about the benefits of plant-based eating to improve our climate impact.

Climate-friendly and culturally relevant food to the school cafeteria: Lessons from a student advocate 

As a high schooler, I decided to break free from “business as usual” school food with the help of my school’s cafeteria and nutrition staff.

How I got my school district to combat climate change by changing what we eat 
How I got my school district to combat climate change by changing what we eat 

Student involvement on the local level in one’s own school district inspires and drives the change needed throughout our country. 

The campaign to end public financing of industrial livestock operations
The campaign to end public financing of industrial livestock operations

Our goal in engaging IFC is to encourage the bank to shift its agricultural lending toward diversified and climate-resilient food systems.