Activists Build Oil Derrick Outside Chubb CEO’s Home, Spotlighting the Insurer’s Role in Fossil Fuel Expansion

RAN and climate activists built a two-story mock oil derrick outside the NYC home of Chubb CEO Evan Greenberg to spotlight the insurance giant’s destructive climate and human rights record. The derrick read “Oil Drilling Insured by Chubb,” in reference to Chubb’s status as a top fossil fuel insurer and the many oil and gas expansion projects that the company is backing globally.

Hurricane Ida: Relief & Recovery

At noon on August 29th, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana. The organizations listed below are taking donations to help the on-the-ground efforts in Louisiana. Many of these funds are specifically for BIPOC communities who are disproportionately impacted by climate disasters such as this one.

storm clouds outside New Orleans shoreline

Shareholders send MUFG a stark climate warning

June 29, 2021: June 29, 2021: At its AGM today in Tokyo,  23% of shareholders issued a major climate warning to Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (“MUFG”) management by voting in…

Texas Winter Crisis

Today is day 3 of no power for many families across the state of Texas. A brutal winter storm that continues to sweep through the southwest of the United States…

Rights Abuses, Deforestation, and Climate Change

Procter & Gamble is linked to rights abuses, deforestation, and climate change: P&G this doesn’t look good! Here are 3 ways P&G is falling short and 1 thing you can do about it.

Launching a new eNewsletter series

It would not be an understatement to say that 2020 will go down in history books as one of the most disruptive years of our lifetimes. From economic upheaval to disproportionate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to early wildfires and hurricanes to the uprising for racial justice, the time for dismantling systemic layers of oppression has long since arrived.

RAN panther logo projected onto BK bridge