LONDON — Stand.earth, a member of the Clean Arctic Alliance international coalition, today applauded progress by International Maritime Organization Member States toward banning use of the world’s dirtiest fuel — heavy fuel oil — from Arctic shipping. Stand.earth urged Member States to make every effort to adopt and rapidly implement a ban by 2021, as proposed by eight Member States and supported by other countries during the meeting.
Stand.earth, Clean Arctic Alliance hail IMO move to ban heavy fuel oil from Arctic shipping Statement
Friday April 13, 2018
After widespread opposition, Kinder Morgan announces halt to Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion in Canada Statement
Sunday April 8, 2018
Bellingham, WA and Vancouver, BC — Today, in response to widespread opposition from Indigenous leaders, environmental groups, and British Columbia government and residents, Houston, Texas-based Kinder Morgan announced the company is suspending all non-essential spending on construction of its Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project until May 31.
McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, Costa, Tim Hortons challenged to join Starbucks in addressing climate, forest impacts of unrecyclable coffee cups Statement
Thursday March 29, 2018