Trick or Treat?

We answer questions about what to do with Conflict Palm Oil in candy and how we can demand more of the companies that still have it in their supply chains. We ask YOU for Halloween alternatives … stay tuned for your answers in our next blog!

The Page Pepsi Doesn’t Want You To See

For over a year, Rainforest Action Network and our allies have been calling on PepsiCo to cut Conflict Palm Oil from its supply chain. The reason is simple: with an…

Long Live the Leuser Ecosystem

Of all the special places on earth that are deserving of protection, there is one in particular—Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem on the north tip of Sumatra—that Rainforest Action Network has decided…

A Halloween Trick for Pepsi

Happy Halloween! I hope you’re enjoying the holiday more than Pepsi is today. See, the marketing folks over at Pepsi have been trying all week to promote their holiday hashtag…

Tell KLK to Leave Collingwood Bay Now!

This guest blog has been authored by Lester Seri of Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. He is one of many local residents fiercely resisting KLK’s attempted landgrab of the community’s…

Climate Culprits Exposed In New Scorecard

We know that keeping forests standing, along with keeping fossil fuels in the ground, offers Earth’s best hope for fighting catastrophic climate change. Yet everyday rainforests and carbon-rich peatlands are…

New UBS Policy Fizzles

‘Tis the season for new bank environmental and social policies! Last Friday, UBS was the latest to announce an updated “Responsible Banking” policy. Let’s see how it stacks up. First…