Indofood, Indonesia’s largest food company, has taken advantage of the pandemic to lay off hundreds of palm oil workers. Brands and banks MUST pressure it to end its long track record of worker exploitation!
Today, we’re putting 17 brands and banks on notice: end deforestation and the expansion of logging and industrial agriculture into the last tropical rainforests of Indonesia, the Amazon, and the Congo Basin, in particular areas traditionally owned and managed by Indigenous Peoples and local communities…NOW.
Keep Forests Standing: Exposing Brands and Banks Driving Deforestation
Joint NGO Statement on Tokyo 2020 Olympics’ “Fake Sustainability” Organizers called on to learn from & fix procurement failures linked to rainforest destruction in light of the Olympics postponement March…
Organizers called on to learn from & fix procurement failures linked to rainforest destruction in light of the Olympics postponement
What does this win mean for PepsiCo, for RAN, and for the rainforests, communities, and workers of Indonesia?
Got questions? We’ve got answers! Here are the top five Q&A’s that’ll give you a sense of just how monumental a move this is!
International Business Times: OpEd – For Forest Survival, Corporations Are Accountable To Uphold Indigenous Land Rights
“As climate change deepens, forests –– those lush, abundant, mysterious stands of trees that for millennia have quietly produced the air we breathe and the water we drink –– have…
We at Rainforest Action Network (RAN) were among the millions of people worldwide who watched in horror last Fall as massive swaths of the Amazon burned out of control. Fanning…
Breaking News: Kellogg announces stronger Palm Oil and Deforestation Policies including precedent-setting protections for human rights defenders and a commitment to forest restoration!