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From calling on Levi's and Carnival Corporation to stop using fossil fuels to power their factories and ships, to pushing Starbucks and Charmin to incorporate recycled paper into their coffee cups and toilet paper, to fighting the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure while championing a clean energy future across California, Washington, and British Columbia — we're always up to something. Read our latest blogs and opinion pieces here:


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17 Jun 2022’s mission is to challenge the people and institutions in power to address the world’s biggest environmental challenges. For many of our campaigns, this means holding the world’s biggest corporations accountable for the impact, and celebrating their best solutions. Together with grassroots groups and impacted communities, we work to win industry-wide change that results in environmental protection and justice on a mass scale. From protests to the boardroom,’s corporate campaigning creates the power needed to unleash the change necessary for people and the planet.
Bear and Jaguar with Protect the Amazon in bold text in front of them
03 Jun 2022
The 2022 Summit of the Americas Conference is taking place in Los Angeles, CA at the Sheraton Grand Los Angeles. Leaders from North and Latin America are gathering in Los Angeles for the Summit of the Americas – a critical meeting that only happens every three years to set priorities for these regions.  Events:
24 May 2022
Barely a week after Aspen Insurance cut ties with the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline, a second insurer followed suit. Arch just became the eighteenth insurer to refuse coverage for the pipeline! Before Trans Mountain successfully lobbied to keep the names of its insurers a secret, members of the Lloyd's marketplace like Aspen and Arch were collectively known to be the pipeline’s biggest insurers – so this is a major blow for the project.
Protestors march against the Trans Mountain pipeline
24 May 2022
Despite claiming a few months ago that it would funnel no more public funds into the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline, Justin Trudeau’s government has walked back on its word by approving a $10 billion loan guarantee for the project. In other words, they helped the pipeline secure $10 billion of additional financing from banks by promising to pay back the loan if the financially drowning project can’t. They also gave Trans Mountain an additional $1.75 billion in December that hadn’t been previously disclosed.