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The world's 60 biggest banks have provided $3.8 trillion to fossil fuel companies since the Paris climate agreement in 2016, according to a new report.
Human trafficking, child labor, inadequate safety equipment resulting in routine exposure to toxic chemicals, union busting, and other labor abuses are sadly all too common on palm oil plantations, helping to keep the cost of this oil artificially low on the global market.
A new Rainforest Action Network video uncovers palm oil's high human cost.
Don't believe the banks. Because the banking industry is betting on disaster.
"Hell for people and paradise for orangutans," is how Ian Singleton, director of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program
Leases on federal land ignore coal's real cost, Greenpeace says.
Environmental Activism as if We Wanted to Win: It's Time to Stop Acting, and Start Doing What Matters
On climate, however, our methods are often outdated and ineffective. Perhaps because we care so passionately, we seem to lack the strategic precision we need to win. We're making mistakes on the very issue that matters most.
I only wear green to the Oscars. I'm not talking about gowns a fashion writer might describe as emerald, chartreuse or seafoam. No, my idea of a green dress is an ensemble that was created in a way that is as good for the planet as it is beautiful on the woman.