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FAQ: The Fashion Industry and Biomass

January 18, 2024
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Jane Fonda Highlights Stand.earth Research in Time Magazine Oped

January 12, 2024
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Unveiling the Smoke: Fashion’s Biomass Boiling Point

December 21, 2023

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Environmental groups react to B.C. government’s industrial carbon pricing announcement

February 16, 2024
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Support grows for the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs’ call for the Environmental Assessment Office/B.C. government to pause environmental assessment process for the Ksi Lisims LNG project

February 14, 2024
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Stand.earth requests anti-competition investigation into Lululemon’s environmental claims

February 12, 2024
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El banco británico Barclays se compromete a dejar de financiar petróleo y gas que destruyen la Amazonía

February 9, 2024

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"We’ve witnessed Stand.earth help cities kick their fossil fuel habits by working with local municipalities on climate policies that do everything from prohibiting new gas stations to limiting fossil fuel use in buildings."
"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.
"We’ve witnessed Stand.earth help cities kick their fossil fuel habits by working with local municipalities on climate policies that do everything from prohibiting new gas stations to limiting fossil fuel use in buildings."
"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.