Broken Promises

Olympic authorities have violated their pledge to host a sustainable Olympics in 2020. Our joint investigation found Korindo wood used in the construction of Olympic venues from the same mill linked to destruction of orangutan habitat and large-scale conversion of tropical rainforests.

Banking on Coal Mining

The big six U.S. banks continue to finance coal mining — including a big spike in financing in 2017 — despite broadly complying with their policies to reduce credit exposure to the industry.

Beyond Paper Promises

Assessing the Impacts of Corporate Pulp and Paper Commitments on Forests and Frontline Communities

RAN Annual Report 2016-2017

The president makes a lot of noise on social media. He’s appointed some awful fossil fuel cronies into key positions. He’s declared that the U.S. is pulling out of the…

The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil Revisited

The research reveals that, after one year and five months, systemic labor violations persist on Indofood plantations, and the RSPO system is failing to detect these violations and effectively sanction…

Funding Tar Sands: Private Banks vs. the Paris Agreement

Tar sands occupy a unique place among these fuels due to its high extraction costs, difficulties in getting to market, huge reserves, greenhouse-gas intensity, major local environmental and Indigenous rights…