日本製鉄はカーボンニュートラルを計画し、産業面での脱炭素への勢いが強まる

「初めにアルセロール・ミッタル、そして今度は日本製鉄という、鉄鋼企業トップ3のうち2社が、脱炭素に向けた注目すべき行動を起こしています。これは気候変動に対する業界の姿勢の重要な変化を示すものです。この業界は全気候汚染の7%に責任を負っているにもかかわらず、長い間二酸化炭素排出に対する説明責任をはぐらかしてきました。しかし、産業面での脱炭素をめぐる語り口は変化し始めています。活動家の圧力が効いてきているのです。」


Japan’s Nippon Steel Planning for Carbon Neutrality, Signals Growing Momentum for Industrial Decarbonization

High-profile moves toward decarbonization from two of the top three steel companies indicate a significant shift in the industry's approach to climate change.


État des lieux de l’avancement de l’accord sur le caoutchouc au Cameroun

Dans l’ensemble, Halcyon a pris des mesures essentielles et encourageantes pour la protection des forêts, son engagement auprès des communautés, sa réactivité en cas d’incident et le règlement des griefs actuels et antérieurs.


Progress Update on Cameroon Rubber Accord – October 2020

The world's largest rubber company has taken vital and encouraging steps but has a long journey ahead to make its operations in Cameroon and worldwide fully sustainable.


European Parliament Urges the EU to Stop Deforestation

The European Parliament has adopted a legislative initiative report urging the European Commission to propose a strong law to ensure products sold in the Union are deforestation-free and don’t cause human rights abuses.


Petition: End Child Exploitation in Cocoa

Take action today to demand that the world’s top chocolate companies step up to fully tackle child exploitation in West African cocoa once and for all.


JBS is an Environmental and Legal Liability

In addition to their rampant lawbreaking, JBS is one of the companies driving the destruction of the Amazon. No responsible enterprise should be doing business with JBS.


European Consumers Demand Sustainable Natural Rubber: Survey

Unsustainable natural rubber is increasingly becoming a reputational risk for consumer-facing brands


ONG : L’industrie et les gouvernements affaiblissent-ils le nouveau rapport cacao pour minimiser le travail des enfants et la pauvreté des agriculteurs ?

Depuis près de 20 ans, la question du travail des enfants et de l’esclavage est sur le radar de l’industrie qui s’approvisionne en Afrique de l’Ouest, région qui produit environ 66% du cacao mondial.


NGOs: Are Industry and Governments Watering Down New Cocoa Report Data to Downplay Persistent Child Labor and Farmer Poverty?

For close to 20 years the issue of child labor and slavery has been on the radar of the industry who source from West Africa which produces around 66% of the world’s cocoa.


Complicit: An Investigation into Deforestation at Michelin’s Royal Lestari Utama Project in Sumatra, Indonesia

“Our evidence shows thousands of hectares of wildlife-rich rainforests were industrially deforested in Jambi in the run-up to the agreement of the RLU Project in late 2014. Michelin knew about this terrible forest destruction, they didn’t do enough to stop it, and instead chose to provide green cover to the project in order to attract green bond investors that have since sunk millions of dollars into the scheme.”