Mighty Earth is a global campaign organization that works to protect the environment.  We focus on the big issues: conserving threatened landscapes like tropical rainforests, protecting oceans, and solving climate change.

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Cocoa Accountability Map 2.0 Webinar


Mighty Earth recently hosted a webinar for the launch of our Cocoa Accountability Map 2.0 as part of our effort to trigger a transparency and traceability revolution in the cocoa sector.

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Protests Push Costco, Stop & Shop to Cut Ties With Forest-Destroying Suppliers Cargill and JBS


"We applaud their bravery for taking action responsibly in the midst of a global pandemic, and welcome this progress in the fight to decouple economic growth from environmental destruction."

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Consumer Brands Set Precedent by Suspending Samling Group


Consumer brands like Nestlé and Unilever have taken action to suspend the group from their supply chains.

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Historic Coalition Speaks Out for Sustainable Cocoa in Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire


Joint Declaration by 350 different NGOs calls for government action to support farmers and protect forests

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Study Shows Ahold Delhaize, Casino, Metro and Other European Supermarkets Are Driving Destruction of the Amazon


Ahold Delhaize, Casino, Metro, and others must immediately cancel or renegotiate contracts with the companies driving the destruction of the Amazon

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Cargill Hides its Deforestation Impacts in Misleading Report


An analysis by Mighty Earth mapping and supply chain experts has found that Cargill’s accounting methods are both grossly inaccurate and intentionally misleading.

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Ending Deforestation is Not Enough, Agroforestry is a Must for Cocoa Sustainability


The Voice Network’s newly published paper, "Agroforestry in the Cocoa Sector: A Need for Ambitious Collaborative Landscape Approaches," introduces key insights for that transformation.

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Another Major Company Drops Cargill over Deforestation Concerns


Reports indicate that Grieg Seafood has excluded Cargill Aqua Nutrition from its $92 million green bond over concerns about Cargill's role in environmental destruction in Brazil.

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Project to Build Japan’s Largest Palm Oil Burning Power Plant Defeated


Environmental groups are celebrating today’s dissolution of Maizuru Green Initiatives GK, a company set up to build a palm oil burning power plant in Maizuru City, Japan.

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Ensuring a Green EU Recovery Plan for the Tire, Rubber, and Auto Industries


All companies receiving bailout funds should be committed to the European Green Deal, the Paris Agreement, and to achieving net zero carbon neutrality by 2025. Businesses seeking EU bailout support should also have robust policies and practices in place that recognize and ensure workers' rights throughout their supply chains.

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Video: Ivory Coast Battles to Save Cocoa-Ravaged Forests


Decades of intensive cocoa farming led to rapid economic development in the Ivory Coast, and turned the country into the world's top producer of the chocolate ingredient. But clearing land for farming all but wiped out the Ivory Coast's forests. An ambitious new forestry policy could reverse that.

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On World Rainforest Day, Global Brands Must Honor Commitment to End Deforestation by 2020


Global coalition calls on CGF to take ambitious, immediate action to protect forests, the climate, and human health

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Key Pillars.


  • We start with common ground.
    We believe in the fundamental goodness and decency of people. We don’t approach opponents as enemies or adversaries: we recognize them, as humans with strongly held convictions, interests and motivations, just like us. When we can make progress through negotiation or consensus, we go for it. Because we know that effecting lasting change is not a zero-sum game: if we can eliminate “winning” and “losing” from the equation, we’re that much closer to our goal.
  • We’re prepared to act now.
    We have the courage, experience and resources to move quickly and hit hard—but never without a deliberate strategy. If our initial strategy fails, we simply regroup and bounce back with an equally viable angle. Whether taking on an interest group or the CEO of a Fortune-100 company, we persevere because we are unafraid and inexhaustible. When it comes to protecting the Earth and its creatures, no ght is too big or too small.
  • We seek lasting change, not power.
    Our agenda doesn’t end with us. To realize our ambitious goals, we need a movement— we can’t do it alone. Big things happen when we can inspire others to join our ght, so we seek out and empower like-minded people to act. If we are successful in our pursuit, we don’t need personal recognition.