In 2019 we set the stage for the work we must do now.
Over 125 health experts from 19 countries signed onto a statement today assuring retailers and consumers that reusables are safe during COVID-19, pushing back on claims by the plastic industry.
Lotte Mart, one of the largest supermarket chains in South Korea, announced its plan today to cut its single-use plastic usage by 50% by 2025.
Today, 226 out of 228 South Korean local governments announced a climate emergency declaration.
A critically endangered Sumatran tiger was found trapped in a pulp concession operated by one of the world's biggest paper companies and died just days later.
“The illegal dumping of plastic waste from over 19 countries worldwide has left an indelible mark on Malaysia.”
"With climate change increasingly getting out of control, we cannot wait for politicians to decide when it will be convenient for them to protect fundamental rights."
An audit into Thai Union's environmental and human rights record, shows how the company has performed.
Activists all around the world are continuing to stand up for the future they want to see, in increasingly creative and innovative ways.
The North Sea is a huge industrial landscape with hundreds of oil and gas platforms, with Shell in particular making money by polluting our waters and the climate.