Is Procter & Gamble a Climate and Rights Villain?

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.

The Bad Egg in the Box

For a decade Ferrero has taken action to address its palm oil problem but now at this critical time for forests, communities, and climate, Ferrero has taken a step back…

Reparation for the Irreparable

For more than two weeks, a group of the Indigenous Dayak Modang Long Wai people in Indonesia’s East Kalimantan province has been blocking the entrance to a huge local palm…

Why are banks and investors still funding Indofood?

This month, 10 banks committed another $2.1 billion in loans to Indonesian noodle giant, Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur – whose instant noodles rely on Conflict Palm Oil produced by its…

Chase’s Big Rainforest Problem

We all know JPMorgan Chase is the largest funder of fossil fuels, and is the leading banker of climate chaos, by a long shot. But did you know that Chase’s…

Global Forests

Home to half of the world’s biodiversity, rainforests impact all life on Earth. They provide the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat. Rainforests are also our best defense against climate chaos. That makes them the most priceless places on Earth.

Biodiversity — Earth’s million-piece puzzle

The forests of the world are “biodiversity hotspots,” places where we can find an extraordinarily high number of unique species — including species that are currently threatened with extinction in the wild. But biodiversity is so much more than just the sum total of individual species, which is why we have to protect places like the last tropical rainforests, stretching from Indonesia to the Amazon, with all that we have.

Baby elephant walking