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  • Major US Tuna Brands Connected to Slavery at Sea and Human Rights Abuses

    Slavery at seaThe Associated Press recently released results of an investigation into slavery on Southeast Asian fishing trawlers that supply major supermarkets and seafood companies throughout the United States. The enslaved men featured in the AP story, primarily from Myanmar, were brought to Benjina, Indonesia and forced to fish for products that were then shipped to Thailand, where they entered the global seafood market, including American supply chains. Read more

  • Take action: Kick David Koch off the Board

    KochTell the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the American Museum of Natural History: It's time to get science deniers out of science museums. Take action

  • Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable Energy Outlook for the USA

    Energy revolutionThe threat of climate change demands nothing short of an Energy Revolution - a transformation that has already started, as renewable energy markets exhibit huge and steady growth. At the core of this revolution will be a change in the way that energy is produced, distributed and consumed. Read more


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