Corporations and their long-reaching supply chains, together with the banks providing the capital, are driving deforestation, ignoring land rights and other human rights violations and further destabilizing our climate to turn the quickest profit. The current zoonotic pandemic has exacerbated global racial and economic inequity and only escalated risks to Indigenous and local communities.
Brands and banks must take real action to prevent further human rights violations and deforestation. We call on them to Keep Forests Standing and Uphold Indigenous Peoples Rights now.
- Adopt No Deforestation, No Peatland and No Exploitation (NDPE) Policies
- Release Forest Footprint and Monitoring Systems
- Prevent Violence and Uphold Human Rights
- Hold Bad Actors to Account
- Prove Compliance by Business Partners
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Procter & Gamble likes to pretend it's a climate hero, but it's really a classic villain. Its far-flung suppliers cause social and environmental mayhem all the way from the tropical forests of Indonesia to the boreal forests of Canada.Read More
Thousands Demand Protection for Pargamanan-Bintang Maria Community’s Benzoin Forests
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