Bayer and Monsanto’s toxic mega-merger is a danger to our planet and everyone living on it.
Trump’s actions demonstrate callous disregard — and possibly even genuine malevolence — toward people in poor countries whose lives and livelihoods have been threatened, diminished, and in some cases destroyed by the devastating effects of climate change.
An event at the National Press Club will delve into two new research pieces on the Bayer-Monsanto merger.
Friends of the Earth U.S. has produced two reports on Ex-Im’s potential financing for Vietnam’s planned Long Phu-1 coal plant, which document how the project worsens climate change and violates international environmental policies, including restrictions on financing for coal plants abroad.
By enshrining handouts to Big Oil in the budget, the Senate has made it clear that billionaire corporations are their highest priority.
It is with the utmost urgency that we call on PepsiCo to address the egregious impacts of its palm oil supply chain and business partnerships in Indonesia and other sourcing regions including Malaysia and Latin America in order to improve land and forest governance, respect of human and worker rights, and enforce responsible palm oil development globally.
Given that public opinion in South Carolina is overwhelming on our side, we urge SCE&G to stop resisting the public’s right to have a full hearing on how the reactor construction debacle developed and why it was not halted years ago.
“Trump is more than just a global embarrassment – he’s a danger to our planet and everyone living on it."