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EPA to roll back rules to control toxic ash from power plants

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Tastes great, less land-filling ... beer in a paper bottle

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L’Oréal to invest in creating first cardboard-based cosmetics packaging

Cosmetics company L'Oréal and packaging company Albéa have collaborated to create the first cardboa…

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Eliminate Toxic Textiles

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Commit to science-based emission reduction targets

Request companies commit to science-based emissions targets.

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Amazon.com, Inc.
McWholeFoods Polluting Meat

Whole Foods has no environmental standards for their meat, and in fact buys from some of the most polluting and environmental destructive companies on

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Report year-on-year energy consumption

Communicate to real estate companies on the importance of reporting comparable, year-on-year energy consumption metrics.

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Tyson Foods, Inc.
U.S. Agriculture

Mighty Earth is working to reduce the environmental impacts of meat across the United States, where the industry is the leading source of our nation’s

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Wells Fargo & Compa…
Limit Financing to High Carbon Projects: Too Risky

Wells Fargo has been in the news again recently for financing high emissions intense and dangerous projects, such as the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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