Only a few companies are taking responsibility for their role in the bee crisis. We urge major U.S. food retailers to work with their suppliers to eliminate pollinator-toxic pesticides and expand domestic organic offerings.
The Salish Sea is irreplaceable. The Environmental Impacts Study was deeply flawed, failed to account for the acoustic impacts on Southern Resident Killer Whales, and failed to account for the real risk of an actual worst case spill.
An overwhelming majority of surveyed farmers are concerned about the proposed Bayer-Monsanto merger and believe it will have a negative impact on independent farmers and farming communities.
The Washington state legislature passed a bill today that would phase out industrial ocean fish farms in state waters.
A new regulatory review chapter in a new NAFTA deal would likely hamstring agricultural, food safety, and other environmental regulations.
Friends of the Earth will cease doing business with FedEx in response to FedEx refusing to cut ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the company’s deep ties to the firearms industry.
Six climate and energy-conservation groups took legal action today in the Supreme Court to challenge an Arizona power-utility company seeking legal immunity to discriminate against rooftop-solar customers.
Instead of power for the people, it’s running rampant as the largest unregulated power company in America.
Scott Pruitt took direction from the pesticide industry and further delayed assessment on neonicotinoids instead of listening to the science and taking immediate action to protect pollinators, people and the planet.