Bolivia leaders and international organizations join forces to rescue Bolivian forests

Between 2017 and 2021, 600 civil society leaders and Bolivian organizations signed El Pacto del Bosque. Today they are joined by more than 20 international organizations that agree on the urgent need to find real solutions to stop the alarming deforestation rates in Bolivia

Ramping Up Pressure on ADM & Bunge’s Board to Cut Off Deforestation

Mighty Earth has been campaigning for years to hold these ADM and Bunge accountable for stopping deforestation and is calling on ADM and Bunge’s Board to immediately implement the practices necessary to address concerns brought forth by these shareholder proposals.

Ending U.S. Companies’ Complicity in Illegal Deforestation

Today, Mighty Earth joined with a number of civil society organizations to call on Congress and the Biden-Harris administration to "pass legislation to prevent agricultural commodities produced on illegally deforested land from entering the U.S. market and establish due diligence requirements on relevant commodity imports."

Amazon indigenous communities and international NGOs sue supermarket giant Casino/Pão de Açúcar/Éxito over deforestation and human rights violations

Indigenous peoples from the Brazilian and Colombian Amazon and non-governmental organizations from France and the US today filed a lawsuit in the Saint-Etienne court against global retail giant Groupe Casino over selling beef products linked to deforestation and land grabbing.

Europe’s largest poultry company pledges to stop buying soy from deforested land in the Cerrado after 2020

The biggest chicken producer in Europe, Groupe LDC, has adopted new measures to stop buying soy linked to deforestation in Brazil. This is yet another announcement that increases pressure on global soy traders.

BNP Paribas gives soy-linked deforestation a five-year free pass

Soy and beef are two of the largest drivers of deforestation in the world, particularly in the biodiverse-rich regions of Cerrado and the Amazon in Brazil.

Investigation reveals: three of the biggest US grocery chains sell Brazilian beef produced by a controversial meat company linked to the destruction of the Amazon rainforest

Three of the biggest US grocery chains sell Brazilian beef produced by a controversial meat company linked to the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, an investigation has revealed.

Sustainable Soy in Brazil is Possible – Why are Soy Traders Blocking it?

The question is not if, or how, Brazilian farmers can sustainably produce soy and be paid for their efforts. Instead, the question is: when will soy traders take advantage of the opportunity before them and provide a sustainable future for Brazilian farmers.

Agribusiness giants JBS and Cargill complicit in razing forests, new monitoring system reveals  

Mighty Earth had launched a Soy & Cattle Deforestation Tracker, a unique monitoring system that links mega-farms responsible for large-scale deforestation and land clearance in the Brazilian Amazon and Cerrado to major soy traders and meatpackers.

Supreme Court Must Hold Cargill and Nestle Accountable for Child Slavery

Nestle and Cargill’s request to the Supreme Court is as simple as it is audacious: they are demanding immunity from international law for human rights violations.

Joint Op-ed: France’s Promise to End Deforestation is Endangered

After two years of status quo or incremental progress – often led by French industry and NGOs – it is urgent that the government finally act decisively.

Major Supermarkets in France Commit to Fighting Soy-Driven Deforestation: Our Reaction

Almost all supermarkets in France – Carrefour, Casino, Auchan, Lidl, Metro, Système U, Mousquetaires and Leclerc – have announced measures to end the use of soy produced on deforested land.