Overview

In 1985, RAN launched our very first campaign — a successful effort to pressure Burger King to cancel $35 million worth of Central American beef contracts that were driving the conversion of rainforests to grazing land.

Answer

As a corporate campaigning organization, RAN has been interested in the industrial meat sector since some of the biggest corporations in the world are investing in animal agriculture. It's one of the most powerful, profitable sectors on the globe, controlled by five key industries that are responsible for some of the most destructive environmental impacts of our time — pharmaceutical, agrochemicals, animal feed, petroleum and meat.

So take action with RAN to demand that the biggest and most egregious culprits, starting with Tyson Foods, adopt comprehensive meat sector and palm oil policies that include compiling and making public data on the rainforest conversion, global greenhouse gas emissions, biodiversity, and water impacts of its meat and feed businesses.

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