Tomorrow is PepsiCo's Annual General Meeting in North Carolina and they don't want their shareholders to know about their major remaining problems with Conflict Palm Oil. RAN will be there to pressure PepsiCo and demand action to end the exploitation of workers, local communities and the destruction of rainforests. Watch and share this 90-second…Read More
Activists with Rainforest Action Network confront Al Carey, CEO of PepsiCo North America, to expose the company’s connection to labor rights abuses in its palm oil supply chain at his keynote address at an exclusive industry conference in Chicago on April 26th, 2016.
Earlier this year, Bank of America and Crédit Agricole, the third-biggest bank in Europe, adopted a major new policies committing to drop coal mining. It's past time for Morgan Stanley and the rest of Wall Street to meet and exceed these pledges by dropping financing for coal mining and coal power.
Sustainability, equity and food sovereignty can be achieved in a system where safe and healthy food is grown to meet fundamental human needs, and where control over food and farming rests with local communities, rather than a handful of consolidated agribusiness giants. Economic, social, and environmental externalities should be built into…Read More
We are winning, but this issue remains urgent and we need your voice, your passion and your commitment to get the remaining laggards, including Nissin and Maruchan, over the finish line to 100% responsible palm oil.
Reality: Without a creating and implementing a comprehensive policy to cut deforestation and human rights from its supply chain, we can’t just take Ralph Lauren at its word. Ralph Lauren could start to build that trust. The company must dig into its supply chain and cut suppliers that threaten rainforests and the people who rely on them.