Cargill’s Uninspiring Climate Commitment

Successful implementation is a less likely outcome than another pained acknowledgement that they will fail to meet the goal


To Address Deforestation in Brazil, Mighty Earth Convenes Meeting Between Indigenous Leaders and Consumer Goods Forum

The same economic forces that drive destruction of the Amazon and Cerrado also trample on the rights and the lives of the Indigenous peoples who live there


NYC Activists call on Cargill to Stop the Amazon Fires & Embrace Regenerative Agriculture

Brands can continue sourcing from Cargill, or they can maintain a reputation as environmental leaders -- but they can't do both.


To Save the Climate, Grocery Stores Must Stop Stocking Deforestation

We don't have the luxury of trusting corporate pledges anymore. It's time for real, concrete action. Not one year from now, not 10 years from now. Right now.


Deforestation Continues Because Companies Aren’t Trying

Nobody doing business with Cargill and JBS can credibly say they are concerned about deforestation


Global Day of Action for the Amazon

On September 5, activists across the world joined the Global Day of Action for the Amazon to hold governments and companies that stand to profit from the fires in the Amazon accountable for their role in this environmental destruction.


International Day of Action for the Amazon: Global Community Sets Stage for Climate Week

Concerned citizens across six continents – from Hong Kong to Washington and Paris to Pretoria – will take action for the Amazon by protesting the ongoing fires and deforestation.


The Companies Behind the Burning of the Amazon

New analysis from Mighty Earth shows the incentives for the Amazon's destruction come from international agribusinesses like JBS and Cargill.


Mighty Earth and NGO’s urge the EU to end complicity in the Amazon Fires

Mighty Earth joined today a host of other civil society organizations, pleading the EU to step up to the plate and address its own complicity in current Amazon fires & deforestation crisis.


340+ organisations call on the EU to immediately halt trade negotiations with Brazil

In an open letter, over 340 civil society organisations are demanding that the European Union immediately halt free trade agreement negotiations with the Mercosur bloc (Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay) on the grounds of deteriorating human rights and environmental conditions in Brazil.


Mighty Earth responds to the Fires in the Amazon

As the Amazon continues to burn at a record rate, Mighty Earth CEO Glenn Hurowitz has released a statement.


Mighty Earth responds to deforestation spike in the Amazon

New government data shows that 1,345 sq km of the Brazilian Amazon have been cleared in the month of July alone, an area greater than the city of Los Angeles. In response to this announcement, Mighty Earth CEO Glenn Hurowitz released a statement.