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

Sumitomo Doubles Down on Coal, Releases More Rhetoric on Sustainability

Japanese conglomerate plans to continue work on disastrous coal plant project in Bangladesh despite climate, public health, budgetary, and environmental concerns

Ten Reasons Why Sumitomo’s Matarbari Coal Plant is a Terrible Idea

The first Matarbari coal plant is a disaster – it is expensive, a bad investment, and an embarrassment to Sumitomo and Japan. Here are ten reasons why a second plant should never see the light of day.

Ending Gag Lawsuits in Europe: Protecting Democracy and Fundamental Rights

Mighty Earth has joined 119 other NGOs to publish a policy paper advising the EU to put an end to gag lawsuits. Gag lawsuits, also known as Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation.

Mighty Earth Stands for Racial Justice

We stand in solidarity with those targeted by police violence and the protesters demanding justice.

Supermarkets Urged to Actually Stop Buying from Companies Destroying the Amazon

Action is necessary to stop the bulldozing of the Amazon and the killing of Indigenous people

Stop Destroying the Planet & Shop Responsibly

Customers and other community members across Massachusetts have joined Mighty Earth’s call for Stop & Shop to environmental standards for their meat and to cut ties with Cargill.

Grocery Stores Threatening Brazil Boycott Must Go Further to Truly Protect Forests

Their customers - and the world - expect these brands not just to call for action, but to act.

Indigenous Papuan Man Killed by Brutal Beating at Korindo Palm Oil Plantation

Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Marius Betera, who are now suffering as result of this appalling act of violence.

Unilever, Mars, Hershey, and World’s Largest Palm Oil Traders Suspend Rogue Supplier Over Its Relentless Deforestation

Samling scrambles to adopt sham policy to keep customers while destroying rainforests