Thank you for your courageous actions to protect our planet and fight for political freedoms. Those who stand against entrenched political and economic power often face retaliation from the elites. this is true in the United States as well as in Russia.
Your company has been involved in forest destruction for over 8 years! But people in Southeast Asia suffering from the haze and our precious rainforests Âcannot wait for action any longer. Start protecting, rather than plundering rainforests. Please:
For the last 20 years, the Japanese and U.S. governments have been pushing a controversial plan to construct a large U.S. military air base in the area of Henoko and Oura Bay, Okinawa, Japan. In July 2014, the Japanese government began drilling surveys
Fires are blazing across Indonesia again, turning precious rainforest into cinders and threatening endangered species such as orangutans. Haze from these fires is already drifting across to Singapore, Malaysia and other countries in Southeast Asia.
With leadership comes responsibility and it is now up to Canada to show other nations what action looks like on the road to a carbon-free future. With this in mind, we need to remind Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and ...
Last year, the Obama administration gave the green light to ConocoPhillips to drill for oil and gas in Alaska -- right next to crucial protected areas. Now the company wants to expand its drilling project. We only have until September 29th to stop it!
David Archambault II, Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman, addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, to garner international opposition to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the reservation.
Just a day after royals William and Kate visited and trumpeted new protections for the Great Bear Rainforest in B.C., the federal government has announced itâEUR(TM)s giving the greenlight to a controversial fossil fuel mega-project
Climate change is going to halve the area suitable for coffee production and impact the livelihoods of more than 120 million of the world's poorest people who rely on the coffee economy, according to a new report by the Climate Institute, commissioned by