Ran in the news

Friday, Jul 15 2016
USA TODAY: Get us out of the coal business, Mr. Obama
In the face of mounting evidence against coal and its largest corporate players, the U.S. should stop low-cost leasing of public lands to a destructive...
Thursday, Jul 14 2016
The Huffington Post: A Hidden Ingredient In Your Candy Bar: Exploited Labor
The Rainforest Action Network released a video Tuesday highlighting the human cost of palm oil, the ubiquitous commodity found in everything from ice cream to detergent. The video...
Thursday, Jul 14 2016
TriplePundit: Animated Video Highlights Labor Abuses in Palm Oil Supply Chain
"The strategy is clear. Relentlessly and loudly calling out PepsiCo, one of the world’s most visible beverage and snack foods brands, could actually convince other...
Thursday, Jul 7 2016
New York Times: Deutsche Bank Pulls Back from Deals in the Coal Mining Sector
Pressured by environmentalists and worried about big losses from a troubled industry, many large banks and other lenders have made a hasty retreat from coal...
Thursday, Jun 23 2016
Monga Bay: PepsiCo products in Indonesia tainted with worker abuses, report finds
The report released earlier this month, titled The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil, alleges that investigators from two Indonesian NGOs — the Rainforest Action...
Tuesday, Jun 21 2016
Jakarta Globe: Report Unveils Labor Exploitation in Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industry
Palm oil plantation workers in North Sumatra work under alarming rates of exploitation, a report by environmental NGO Rainforest Action Network report released on Wednesday...
Wednesday, Jun 15 2016
Reuters: Exploitation, child labor found in Indonesia palm oil linked to PepsiCo: charities
The report, based on interviews last year with 41 workers at two plantations on the island of Sumatra, was jointly released by San Francisco-based Rainforest...
Wednesday, Jun 15 2016
Climate Progress/ThinkProgress: The World Agreed To Not Burn Most Fossil Fuels. Why Aren’t These Banks Listening?
"The results show that, through hundreds of billions in investments, some of the world’s top banks are helping lock the world into a high-emissions pathway...
Wednesday, Jun 15 2016
Scientific American: Banks Claim They Will Back Away from Fossil Fuels
"Top international banks “are placing their bets” on a future contrary to the Paris climate agreement by financing billions of dollars worth of fossil fuel...
Wednesday, Jun 15 2016
Daily Mail: Exploitation, child labour found in Indonesia palm oil linked to PepsiCo - charities
The report, based on interviews last year with 41 workers at two plantations on the island of Sumatra, was jointly released by San Francisco-based Rainforest...