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RBC Stop Funding Fossil Fuels Rally
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

We’ve got big money on our side to challenge fossil fuel financing banks

January 27, 2023
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

Synthetics Anonymous 2.0 – Fashion’s persistent plastic problem

January 26, 2023
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We can protect communities from gas stove pollution

January 23, 2023

Press Releases

Cities and Transportation

Environmental advocates demand Ottawa enact stronger ocean protections at international marine conference doorstep

February 3, 2023
Cities and Transportation

Activists call for stronger federal ocean protections in video message on Burrard Bridge

February 1, 2023

Statement: Stand.earth denounces police brutality in the killing of Tyre Nichols

January 28, 2023

Statement: Stand.earth condemns recent violence in Weelaunee Forest

January 24, 2023

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"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.
"Oil drilling in the amazon is really the last place crude oil should be coming from" -- Tyson Miller, Amazon Campaign Director
"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.
"Oil drilling in the amazon is really the last place crude oil should be coming from" -- Tyson Miller, Amazon Campaign Director