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December 16, 2015
Corporate Accountability International, along with 30 members of Congress, 19 advocacy organizations, and more than 350,000 people around the country, have joined together to call on Congress to block a bottled-water-industry-supported rider in the appropriations bill designed to sabotage our National Parks campaign. …
December 9, 2015
“The Corporate ‘COP out’ of Climate Action,” uncovers the harm and risk the LPAA’s engagement with big polluters and other abusive corporations presents to government-led policymaking.  …
November 30, 2015
Our 2015 annual report summarizes important campaign victories and recognizes our most committed philanthropic partners who have made this work possible.
November 23, 2015
“Fueling the Fire” focuses on the environmental destruction and public policy interference of the leading COP21 sponsors including fossil fuel conglomerates Engie (formerly GDF Suez) and Suez Environnement, as well as global banking giant BNP Paribas and French utility Électricité de France (EDF). By detailing the corporations’ abuses to the environment and aggressive lobbying to undermine environmental policy, the report lays bare the conflict of interest inherent in allowing such sponsorship to exist. …
October 30, 2015
Articles include: Members of Congress challenge water privatization, Worst global corporation of the year? Clear mission + smart planning + nimble action = transformative change, New York Times exposes US Chamber of Commerce's deadly agenda,  Member spotlight: Rabbis Linda Motzkin and Jonathan Rubenstein, Bill banning parks from going bottled water free stalled, You're clearing the way for progress on climate change. …

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