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  • Kelle Louaillier
    Even just two years ago, it was almost unimaginable that the conflicts of interest posed by the presence of fossil fuel corporations would be a primary topic at any U.N. climate treaty meeting. But our steady campaigning has paid off in a big way: During the last two weeks, practically everyone involved in and covering the treaty meetings in Bonn, Germany, had something to say about the fossil fuel industry's conflicts of interest.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    "Simply put, your infrastructure may be more valuable to you--and to the public--in someone else's hands." That's Steve Steckler, founder of infrastructure consulting firm IMG, writing to public officials in a 2003 paper published by the libertarian Reason Foundation.
  • Lauren DeRusha Florez
    We all need safe, affordable water to survive and live healthy lives. But private water corporations are threatening this most basic of human rights.
  • Gigi Kellett
    Mother's Day is Sunday. As a mom of two incredible kids, I want to take a moment and ask you to take action to do what parents do every day: Protect our children.
  • Taylor Leake
    A handful of giant transnational corporations want control over the Internet. And the Trump administration wants to give it to them. That’s not okay with me, and I bet it’s not okay with you either.
  • Jesse Bragg
    Should fossil fuel corporations like Exxon Mobil have access to the U.N. climate talks? That question is at the center of a new report released this week.
  • Michél Legendre
    Together, we showed the world that even with a presidential administration filled with climate-change deniers and fossil fuel executives and shills, we can create the change we need. We will not be divided. We all have a role to play in setting things right -- and Saturday, that meant coming together with hundreds of thousands of others, following the lead of people from communities most impacted by climate change, and demanding separation of oil and state. We marched and rallied for climate, jobs, and justice, which all depend on kicking Big Oil, Gas, and Coal out of our climate policy.
  • Hannah Freedberg
    On April 18, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board of Education passed a resolution to end McDonald’s McTeacher’s Nights with far-reaching implications for all junk food sponsorship within the district. This is a huge win for everyone who cares about the health of our children. Los Angeles is the second largest school district in the country, and this decisive action sends a powerful message to McDonald’s that communities across the country will not stand for the corporation’s exploitative marketing practices in our schools.
  • Sriram Madhusoodanan
    In a victory for public health, the board of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest school district in the country, adopted a resolution to end McDonald's McTeacher's Nights this April. The resolution comes as millions of parents, educators and health professionals call on junk food corporations to stop kid-targeted marketing.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    Today is a unique Earth Day. It's a unique Earth Day because Planet Earth is in greater jeopardy than ever. But it's also a unique Earth Day because the movement to protect our planet from the intertwined threats of Trump's administration, his climate-change-denying corporate cronies, and climate change itself is stronger and more powerful than ever.

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