We tackle some of the biggest problems of the 21st century — climate change, extreme fossil fuel extraction, massive deforestation and rampant labor abuse. But we don’t target one company at a time. We target whole industrial sectors.We fight for systemic change because it’s not about what is possible — it’s about what is necessary.
In 1987, RAN wins its first campaign right out of the gate when Burger King agrees to cancel $35 million in cattle contracts that tear up Central American rainforests.
RAN was on the frontlines at the 1999 Seattle WTO Protests bringing together one of the earliest and strongest coalitions of labor, environmentalists and social justice advocates in the United States.