Fires Week of Action 2020

We’ve teamed up with allies around the world to hit hard the brands and banks responsible for driving tropical deforestation and to support the communities directly impacted by this devastating destruction. Here are four ways you can help us stop the fires and put an end to the big business of burning, this week and beyond!

Keep Forests Standing
Campaign Launch!

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.

We must keep forests standing, uphold rights and protect the climate

Here we are in a new year and 2020 requires bold action from all of us. We must keep forests intact and standing. We must uphold the rights of frontline and Indigenous communities as they face the most immediate harm. We must draw a line in the sand: not another forest cleared.

Racism, The Royals, and “The RAN”

It’s not often that Rainforest Action Network gets swept up in a royal scandal. In fact, let’s say never — until now, that is. Spurred by an article in a…

Fast facts about Australia fires

The images and video coming from Australia are devastating. Yet again, the climate crisis is fueling another horrifying event, one that has killed an estimated 500 million animals, dozens of…

Join Us to Take On Liberty Mutual!

Last month, RAN and allies launched a campaign to get insurance giant Liberty Mutual to stop driving climate change. Insurers like Liberty Mutual are contributing to the climate crisis by…

Amazon Fires: How Can You Help?

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…

5 Reasons RAN is Taking on the Insurance Industry

You may be wondering, what the heck does insurance have to do with climate change? Well, the insurance industry is supposed to protect us from risk. But when it comes…