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Request companies commit to science-based emissions targets.
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As you read through this, there is a good chance that you’re wearing clothes. And even if you aren’t right now, you probably will later. And while our
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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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Communicate to real estate companies on the importance of reporting comparable, year-on-year energy consumption metrics.
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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
Wells Fargo has been in the news again recently for financing high emissions intense and dangerous projects, such as the Dakota Access Pipeline.