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“This week, the EU Parliament sided Big Oil instead of standing with people of the EU. ExxonMobil has known for ...

Yesterday, the Australian government announced that it is stopping its contribution to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The GCF was ...

Below is a joint statement of 45 civil society organizations in agroecology and environment to governments of Africa at the ...

Instead of permitting the very actors that fueled the climate crisis to advance their own agenda, it is time governments embody true climate leadership by embracing the meaningful solutions communities on the frontlines of climate change already have.

By Patti Lynn. This article was produced by Earth | Food | Life, a project of the Independent Media Institute ...

Big Polluters are looking to expand offshore oil drilling, and Trump’s Department of the Interior is trying to let them. Speak out to oppose this dangerous move.

Read the latest updates on how we’re challenging abusive transnational corporations: from the halls of the U.N. climate treaty negotiations in Poland to the National Water Summit in Abuja, Nigeria.

Convention hall of global tobacco treaty talks 2018

The global tobacco treaty presented a tool and precedent to hold corporations accountable for their abuses. Here’s why this concept is critical to meaningfully address the climate crisis.

Today the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7 to 1 against the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) claim of immunity, ...

Trump’s nominee to head the Department of the Interior is a former oil and gas lobbyist with ties to abusive corporations like Nestlé. Tell your Senators to oppose his nomination!