The Reckless Violence of the Supreme Court

West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency will limit the ability of the EPA to regulate carbon emissions, restrict the development and enforcement of pollution standards, and severely hamper the effort to fight climate change.

This is a human rights crisis.

The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is a direct and violent attack on women, the LGBTQIA+ community, and everyone in the country. Taking away our rights to control our…

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.

We Gave Liberty Mutual’s Ads a Makeover

Did you know that Liberty Mutual spends $435 million on advertisements each year in order to sell more insurance policies? But what their silly ads don’t make clear is that…

“We are the stewards of our land.”

Rajes Sitanggang walks quietly and confidently through the dense shrubs and trees — just like a New Yorker would walk down their street in their neighborhood without even thinking. Then,…

Community Action Grants to Fight Line 3

The landmark release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s Sixth Assessment Report in August sounded the alarm for the global community, confirming ‘unequivocally’ that human influence has warmed…

P&G: Touching lives – destroying life?

The rainforests of Indonesia are some of the last remaining in the world — but they’re being intentionally burned and bulldozed to clear forest for Conflict Palm Oil and pulp…

person harvests sap from tree

Hurricane Ida: Relief & Recovery

At noon on August 29th, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana. The organizations listed below are taking donations to help the on-the-ground efforts in Louisiana. Many of these funds are specifically for BIPOC communities who are disproportionately impacted by climate disasters such as this one.

storm clouds outside New Orleans shoreline

Haiti Earthquake and Health Crisis

In the early morning on August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake hit Haiti. The most important thing we can do to support Haitians is to ensure that those who are conducting search and rescue efforts in these storm conditions, and those organizing food, water, and medical supplies have everything they need.

Palm trees in wind and rain

Silent Stadium, Silent Forest

The Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony is set for July 23 and the games have already begun in Japan, as Tokyo remains under a declared state of emergency because of the…

Procter & Gamble: A Force for Good?

In contrast to major competitors like Unilever and Colgate-Palmolive, Procter & Gamble has made very little progress on cleaning up its supply chain.