Newsletters and special updates December 11, 2019
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Learn more about the impact you're having in the Corporate Accountability Spotlight newsletter. 

Factsheets December 6, 2019
Climate

This year, COP25 in Madrid is bankrolled by some of Spain’s biggest polluters and others heavily invested and involved in fossil fuels.

ReportsFactsheets December 6, 2019
Climate

Varias de las empresas españolas más contaminantes y asociadas a numerosos conflictos socioambientales en todo el mundo están patrocinando la ...

Smoke stacks and pollution, creative commons
ReportsFactsheets December 6, 2019
Climate

Here are the Big Polluters and corporations heavily invested in the fossil fuel industry that are bankrolling the climate talks.

October 14, 2019

Over the past 50 years, corporations, trade associations and other entities representing corporate interests have invested increasing resources into influencing public policies to protect their bottom line, and have gained increasing legitimacy in policymaking spaces. But beneath a veneer of technical expertise, these trade associations represent the interests of their corporate members, even when they are at odds with the public interest: public health, human rights, and good governance itself.

Fall 2019 field notes
Newsletters and special updates September 18, 2019
Democracy

Executive Director Patti Lynn speaks to Corporate Accountability’s commitment to infusing international treaty negotiations with our radical imagination.