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Watch this special message from our allies, the Confederación Mapuche de Neuquén, who are organizing against this year’s Corporate Hall of Shame winner Chevron.

An oil executive will lead the next climate talks. Tell the U.N. this is unacceptable.

Hundreds of climate justice leaders speak out fossil fuel industry influence at climate talks with recent COP28 appointment.

Two fists and colorful flowers emerge from a petition paper that's secured to a clipboard. An pencil-drawn outline of a person looks in the same forward direction as where the fists and pointed.

The movement for corporate accountability needs all of us. Powerful reflections from Recruitment Director Carolina Santamaria.

Rachel Rose Jackson, Director: Climate Research & Policy, Corporate Accountability on the appointment of oil industry executive Sultan Al Jaber ...

“Until the UNFCCC adopts strong safeguards against these corporate sponsorships, the flooding of the space with fossil fuel lobbyists, industry propaganda, and the annual greenwashing extravaganza around such COPs, the progress inside will be deeply limited, highly coopted, and dangerously absent.”

The number of delegates with links to fossil fuels at the UN climate summit has jumped 25% from the last meeting, analysis shared with the BBC shows.

Former Corporate Accountability staff member and organizer Kirsten Cross, speaking at the GE campaign victory party. She holds a folder of materials, and is surrounded by other excited volunteers.

We remember a long-time organizational leader and friend, who passed after a bout with pancreatic cancer earlier this year.

For the U.N. plastics treaty to have the impact the world badly needs, we must keep corporations out of the negotiating room.

Tens of thousands of people took action on Corporate Accountability's campaigns this year. Learn more about the impact we had together.