The Washington State Senate has passed legislation that would phase-out industrial ocean fish farms in state waters. Senate Bill 6086, which was introduced by Senator Kevin Ranker, would ban new leases to Atlantic salmon net pen farms and prohibit the renewal of all existing leases.
Nestlé’s decision to cut ties with REPSA is a step in the right direction and a victory for all the activists who have fought for years to bring REPSA’s actions to light.
No workers or work vehicles can be seen moving on the site though a few cars can be seen parked outside buildings adjacent to the construction site.
We must stop corporations like Cooke from commercializing our oceans and ravaging the environment.
As the Trump Administration is taking every action it can to accelerate climate change, we must use the courts to ensure environmental law is protecting our communities and planet.
Several executives with the Guatemalan palm oil company Reforestadora de Palmas AC (REPSA) face charges of corruption in a high-profile tax fraud investigation in Guatemala.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is scheduled to appear today before the Senate Environment and Public Works committee.
Trump’s words at the State of the Union don’t matter, what matters are his actions.
The decision to continue talking on NAFTA is bad news for our environment. While trade ministers make secret deals, we can be assured what they see as progress will no doubt put our environment and public health at risk.
The National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) decision to fund industrial ocean fish farms without performing environmental reviews is illegal