We wage strategic campaigns that compel transnational corporations and the governments that do their bidding to stop destroying our health, human rights, democracy, and the planet.Learn more
When Trump was elected, we knew his oily agenda threatened to derail climate progress around the world — and that we had a role to play in showing that people from all walks of life in the U.S. care about climate change and are demanding action.
Our vision for a better world is one where all people can survive and thrive. Climate change poses an unprecedented threat to that vision. Right now, the people who have contributed the least to the climate crisis are experiencing the most devastating impacts. And climate change is deepening racial and economic inequality around the world. In order to find just and effective solutions to this crisis, Corporate Accountability and our allies are tackling the biggest obstacle to true progress: corporate capture of climate policy. Only by removing the fossil fuel industry and other Big Polluters from climate policy will we be able to advance meaningful, sustainable, and equitable solutions globally.Learn more about our climate campaign.
“Corporate Accountability ally Pascoe Sabido (Corporate Europe Observatory, co-author of “Polluting Paris”) and Corporate Accountability Media Director Jesse Bragg were interviewed by Amy Goodman and featured on Democracy Now! The interview centers on Corporate Accountability’s most recent report, “Polluting Paris,” the fossil fuel industry’s interference in both EU and U.S. climate policy, and Big Polluters’ fingerprints on this year’s climate talks. See below for the full interview!
This primer documents IETA’s background and exposes the dangers its agenda poses for the future of the Paris Agreement. It also outlines critical steps that governments at the UNFCCC can take right now to reject the influence of Big Polluters and implement truly just climate policy.