Despite laudable goals, CFI must improve

Since November 2017, the chocolate industry has embraced the goal of ending deforestation in cocoa. Coordinated largely through the Cocoa and Forests Initiative (CFI), there has been an unmistakable trend towards ending deforestation, joint industry action, traceability, transparency, agroforestry, as well as other sustainable agricultural practices.


Palm Oil: Report 22

December 2019


Petition: Tell Sumitomo Corporation to Be a Climate Leader

Sign the petition today and tell Sumitomo to end forest destruction and make the transition to clean renewable energy sources.


Cargill’s Uninspiring Climate Commitment

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


World’s major chocolate companies make landmark call for EU to regulate cocoa sector

As a member of The VOICE Network, Mighty Earth is thrilled to join VOICE, Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade, and the world’s largest chocolate companies in calling on the European Union to strengthen their requirements for environmental protections and human rights safeguards in the cocoa trade.


Mighty Earth, ArcelorMittal, Lendlease, Daimler, HSBC & Others Launch ResponsibleSteel™, The World’s First Sustainability Standard For The Steel Industry

ResponsibleSteel's Executive Director calls Mighty Earth "critical" in development of new standard


Global Finance Leader HSBC Calls for Carbon-Neutral Steel

Steel is currently the largest source of industrial carbon emissions.


Groundbreaking Resolution Calling on NYC to Divest from Deforestation

Last week, City Council Members Costa Constantinides and Justin Brannan, in partnership with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, introduced a new resolution to City Council that calls on corporate and government entities operating in the City of New York to divest from agricultural industries that benefit form deforestation and the acceleration of global warming.


Breakthrough Embodied Carbon Tool for Construction Only A First Step Toward Market Transformation

We are going to need all kinds of technical solutions -- like EC3 -- to reduce embodied carbon from construction.


Soy and Cattle: Report 7

November 2019


House Legislation Would Extend Corporate Giveaways for Forest-Destroying Bioenergy

Solving the climate crisis requires the leadership to not only advance solutions but to also reject false ones