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The barbaric murders of Black people have again risen to national attention, although this has been a relentless and centuries-long ...

Today, the Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of San Francisco and other jurisdictions in California to pursue liability cases in ...

On May 27th, ExxonMobil and Chevron held their annual meetings. Please see below for statements from Corporate Accountability staff and ...

People gather at a "Our Water, Our Right" rally in Lagos.

The only just response to this global pandemic is a global and racially equitable one. How people around the world are organizing for change in this moment, including dispatches from Corporate Accountability board members in India and Nigeria.

Shell’s profiteering off the continued extraction and burning of fossil fuels is disastrous for people on the global frontlines of the climate crisis and for the planet.

In global sign-on, more than 150 groups demand COVID-19 response also address climate, justice issues As the full public health, ...

Patti Lynn, ED of Corporate Accountability, protesting at the Youth Climate Strikes in Boston, holding sign reading "Polluters out, people in"

The shock of this moment provides an opportunity for all of us to rethink and reimagine the kind of world we all deserve to live in—and how best to achieve it. Corporate Accountability and our allies are stepping into this moment to move toward this world by doing what we do best: corporate campaigning.

Media Contacts: Jean Su, Center for Biological Diversity, (415) 770-3187, jsu@biologicaldiversity.org Chandra Farley, Partnership for Southern Equity, (404) 538-6236, cfarley@psequity.org ...

Together, we'll expose corporations that attempt to use the pandemic as an opportunity to force political and economic changes for their own benefit.

According to reports, the UNFCCC Bureau just decided to postpone the Bonn intersessional meetings from June to October and moved ...

Read our statement on the continued killing of Black people.