Air, water, plants, and animals, are interconnected with society in direct and circular ways. Businesses have tremendous impact on the environment, and often have many pathways to reduce their footprint.
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Join us in calling on Bunge and ADM's Board to vote YES on the shareholder proposal calling for stronger action to protect our planet.
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Brazilian agribusiness is rapidly destroying the Amazon rainforest. Foreign financiers have the power and responsibly to halt illegal deforestation.
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Fossil fuel companies exert a great deal of influence over climate and energy policy at the federal, state, local and international levels – yet much
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BlackRock must change is proxy voting policies to support CEO Larry Fink's public comments on climate change.
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Exxon should be more transparent about corporate lobbying expenditures designed to influence legislation and regulation
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Major fossil fuel companies have known for decades that their products—oil, natural gas, and coal—cause global warming. Their own scientists told them
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Request companies commit to science-based emissions targets.
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Every year, US receipt production consumes over 3 million trees and 9 billion gallons of water. This emits 4 billion pounds of CO2 and generates 302 m
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Tesla continues to advance the world’s transition into utilizing electric vehicles.
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Integrate sustainability metrics into company executive compensation incentive plans
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