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You’ve heard of David and Goliath?
Our corporate targets sure have. 
RAN defies the notion that a small group of people cannot take on the biggest corporations. We have the track record to prove the doubters wrong.

Bank of America had the dubious title of being the number one funder of coal mining.

When we told them we wanted them to stop funding coal, they laughed. After four years of pressure and constant negotiations, they became the first bank in the world to publicly exit the coal mining sector.

Millions of people see this iconic PepsiCo sign in New York every day.

Unfortunately, PepsiCo has become an icon of rainforest destruction and labor exploitation. In 2016, our network of activists dropped a 100 foot Cut Conflict Palm Oil banner on this sign to let Pepsi know that cheap snack foods are not worth orangutan extinction, burning forests and climate catastrophe.

Abercrombie & Fitch Commits to a Wood-Based Fabrics Policy

Thanks to the work of RAN supporters, Abercrombie & Fitch Co. adopted a new policy to address deforestation and related human rights abuses in its supply chain.