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I pledge, if necessary, to join others in my community, and engage in acts of dignified, peaceful civil disobedience
In 2013, banks poured $31.7 billion in financing the worst-of-the-worst U.S. coal mining and coal-fired power companies.
We're collecting 60,600 photos to send to 20 snack food companies using "Conflict Palm Oil" in their products, one for every known wild orangutan remaining.
Tell the Snack Food 20 to remove "conflict palm oil" tied to rainforest destruction & orangutan extinction from their products.
Cargill must adopt comprehensive safeguards to prevent palm oil connected to slave and child labor.
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At Rainforest Action Network (RAN) we believe that a sustainable world can be created in our lifetime, and that powerful action must be taken immediately to leave a safe and secure future for our children. With the help of thousands of concerned supporters around the world, RAN has won dozens of landmark environmental commitments from America's largest corporations, including Citi, Home Depot, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Kinko’s, Boise and Lowe’s.

Forests

Rainforests are treasure troves of life, home to some of the most biologically and culturally diverse landscapes on earth. Since 1985, Rainforest Action Network has designed strategic campaigns utilizing bold tactics to defend the world’s most important and endangered forests.

Energy

To protect our climate and public health, we must decrease our country’s reliance on fossil fuel while building demand for a clean energy economy. Rainforest Action Network is using people power and creativity to challenge the coal and oil industries and the banks that finance them.

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