Action in Zurich Depicting Chubb CEO Greenberg Smearing the Planet with Fossil Fuels Shareholders pass resolution for transparency on emissions reductions, but stop short of calling for an end to…
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.
Masyarakat Adat di Indonesia sedang memperjuangkan wilayah adatnya — perjuangan mereka menjadi kunci dalam upaya menjaga kelestarian hutan. Read this article in English >> Read this page is Japanese >>…
Today is a victory of people power over the fossil fuel industry. Cancelling Keystone XL pipeline is a first step. We need to stop the equally destructive Line 3 tar sands pipeline, as well as the DAPL pipeline and other oil and gas export projects.
Since 1993, RAN’s Community Action Grants program has distributed more than 5 million dollars in grants to more than 400 frontline communities, Indigenous- led organizations, and allies, helping their efforts to secure protection of traditional territory in forests around the world and helping to keep carbon in the ground.
The most effective and long lasting approach to preventing deforestation and the massive climate pollution it causes is to defend and uphold the territorial land rights of Indigenous peoples. RAN takes leadership and partners closely with Indigenous allies around the world to support their frontline fights to defend their communities from corporate exploitation and abusive government policies.
If you’re like us, you’ve been watching the news over the last few weeks in horror. The fires in the Amazon are beyond heartbreaking and devastating. Rainforest Action Network and…
I am Nemonte Nenquimo. My name means Many Stars. My people are the Waorani and our forest is our home. I am a Waorani woman and a mother.
Our Executive Director, Lindsey Allen’s perspective on the recent US Midterm Elections and what the results mean for the forests, climate, and our work.
Seventeen-year-old Rose Whipple is from the Santee Dakota and Ho-Chunk nations, and serves as the Twin Cities Organizer for Honor The Earth. She’s working tirelessly to protect her homeland from Enbridge’s Line 3 tar sands pipeline. Here’s why.