Cargill: A Burning Legacy
We’re engaging the family owners of Cargill—the largest private company in America and the largest agribusiness company in the world—to eliminate human rights abuses and the destruction of nature from their supply chain.
Citibank and Fossil Fuels
Citi is the world’s second largest fossil fuel funder. We’re holding the bank accountable for fueling the climate crisis and human rights violations.
Zero Emissions by 2030: Delivering Change
A report published by the Clean Mobility Collective and Stand.earth in 2022 revealed that up to 50% of total delivery carbon emissions are from the "last mile" of delivery. Until now, not much was known about the final stage of online shopping, which is called "last-mile delivery".
We Want a Frack Free BC
Frack Free BC is a growing movement of people in so-called B.C. working together to hold their government accountable on our province’s biggest climate problem: fracking.
The divestment commitments database is maintained by Stand.earth. It is the most comprehensive database of fossil fuel divestment commitments made by institutions globally.
SAFE Cities Network for Local Government Leaders
The SAFE Cities NEOS Network is a rapidly growing network of local elected officials, staffers, and volunteers on local government advisory boards in the U.S. and Canada.
Restoring Canada’s Climate Leadership
We are fighting for stronger climate action and a just transition away from fossil fuels in Canada.
Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty
The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative is spurring international cooperation to end the fossil fuel era.
Zero Emissions Delivery
E-commerce is polluting our waters, streets, and lungs - making communities sick. It’s time for zero emission shipping now.
Ending Financing for Oil in Amazonia
The Amazon is one of the last places on the planet that the oil industry and industrial extraction should be expanding.
Climate Safe Pensions
With more than $46 Trillion in assets worldwide, pension funds are one of the largest institutional investors in fossil fuels.
Royal Bank of Canada and Fossil Fuels
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is the country’s biggest fossil finance giant and the world’s largest fossil fuel funder in 2022.
Canada’s Dangerous Waters Threaten Biodiversity
We work to protect killer whales and kelp forests. We aim to stop Canada’s aquatic clear-cutting ocean dumping.
Ship It Zero
Ship It Zero is a climate and public health campaign to move the world’s largest retail companies to 100% zero-emissions ocean shipping.
SAFE Cities Organizing Network
At its core, the SAFE Cities movement is about one principle – local communities Standing Against Fossil Fuel Expansion.
Ending California’s complicity in new oil drilling in the Amazon
As a major consumer of Amazonian oil, California refineries play an outsized role in the rainforest’s destruction as oil development is often a gateway to deforestation
Stopping the Trans Mountain Pipeline
We’re part of the Indigenous-led movement to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline from ever getting built.
Ending Fracking and LNG in BC
We’re working to end fracking and stop LNG expansion in B.C. – essential steps to meeting our climate commitments.
Fossil Free Computing
The IT sector is growing, fast. The energy required to feed its factories is going up, and because most of those factories are powered by coal and other dirty fossil fuels, emissions are also rising fast.
Fossil Free Fashion
As one of the biggest polluters on the planet and responsible for around 5-8% of global climate emissions, we cannot solve the climate crisis without the fashion industry taking bold climate action.
Burning forests for electricity – also known as forest biomass – is now one of the fastest-growing false climate solutions gripping the energy sector, threatening forests, communities and the planet.
Amazonia 80×2025 Initiative
Working towards a worldwide shift in awareness and advocacy around protecting 80% of the Amazon by 2025
Old Growth Forests
Around the world, old growth forests are under attack by corporate interests and lax environmental rules.