Stand.earth investigation reveals human rights abuses, forest destruction in sourcing practices of world’s largest consumer goods company

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Here’s a look at where the federal parties stand

Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, left to right, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole pose for an official photo before the federal election English-language Leaders debate in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, September 9, 2021. Sean Kilpatrick/Pool via REUTERS

In Whatcom County, WA, a community-led process has delivered a landmark policy protecting against fossil fuel expansion


Photo Credit: Martha de Jong-Lantink, Flickr

by Anna Barford, James Gamble


Every year RBC pours billions into dangerous tar sands, gas and even coal projects. It’s time for shareholders and RBC employees to join us in stepping up real climate action.

Photo credit: Stephanie Lake

The world’s largest consumer goods company continues to fail to address concerns over its deforestation and forest degradation in the boreal forest of Canada and tropical forests of Indonesia and Malaysia.

An example of a clearcut in the boreal forest in Ontario, Canada. Photo credit: River Jordan


In viral videos seen by 300,000+, youth activists on TikTok & Instagram target the world’s largest consumer goods company & its Charmin toilet paper brand over concerns about caribou habitat, boreal forest destruction, and Indigenous sovereignty.

Graphic credit: Washington Youth for Climate Justice


The fashion industry remains heavily reliant on fossil fuels to power factories & make clothes, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s how you can cut through the greenwash & use your purchasing power to push major fashion brands to be more sustainable.


Fashion’s biggest sustainability event of the year — the Copenhagen Fashion Summit — is about to kick off. Here’s what leading brands need to do to clean up their climate pollution and build back green after the COVID-19 pandemic.

If fashion brands were waiting for the right time to actually stop runaway climate change — by weaving tighter relationships with suppliers and shifting their supply chains away from fossil fuels — the time is clearly now. Photo credit: Pixabay

Elected leaders speak at NYC Climate Week 2020 about the local regulatory strategy to protect public health and fight climate change that is gaining momentum across the U.S. and Canada

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