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.


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.


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.


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.


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.