Amazon’s exploitative practices extends to its workers as well as the planet. Workers in Amazon warehouses report grueling and dangerous working conditions. Workers at Amazon, throughout the supply chain and in the office, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Join Green America and our partners in calling on the world’s ten biggest chocolate companies, including Hershey, Godiva, Mars, and Nestle, to finally put an end to child labor in cocoa and an end to deforestation!
Walmart refrigeration is leaking harmful climate pollutants - tell them to Cool It. We are urging Walmart to phase out harmful HFCs by 2030, reduce its refrigerant leaks, and commit to responsible disposal.
Millions of textile workers worldwide are losing their jobs without compensation, or receiving even less than their normal poverty wages. Most of these workers are women. Hunger forces those who still have jobs to put their lives at risk in unsafe workplaces.
JPMorgan Chase is the worst bank in the world for the climate – far surpassing every other bank in funding fossil fuels by a whopping 36% over the last three years. The top funder and insurer of the climate crisis continue to seek profit from destruction of the Earth.
While forward-thinking tech companies like Apple, Facebook, and Google have committed to running on 100% renewables and are investing in facilities powered by renewable energy, AT&T and Verizon continue source the majority of their energy from dirty energy sources.
Building the green economy is about being informed about corporations AND actually supporting businesses that follow green practices, grow local economies, and pay suppliers fairly. Where you shop and what you buy when you do sends a direct message.
Starbucks boasts nearly 20,000 retail stores in over 60 countries. With its global presence, Starbucks must prove its true dedication to sustainability and provide organic dairy milk at all of its locations to support a sustainable future for all.